They know us since a long time ago. They know the name of most of our most famous idols. They know we have jobs that allow us to have comfortable lives and valuable things that they can't have. And that we live far away. But not too far for them to not try to approach us.
The Tibetan has many stories to tell, but to him these stories aren't interesting, he doesn't like to tell them because he doesn't want them to interfere, as a romantic barrier, between him and the truth he is still looking for.
My watch from Damascus still tells me the time. I bought it, six years ago, in one of the little antique shops that surrounds the exterior of Omeya's great mosque. In a trip that had the purpose of taking pictures of the distinctive features of some of the cities with major influence in the Mediterranean culture.
Water for Water is our way of making a small contribution to balance the enormous inequality between those who have access to water at the touch of a hand and those who have to travel great distances to fetch it.
27 years of civil war in Angola have made it the longest war in Africa. This has meant that Angolans have lost their homes, their crops and ultimately, their lives. CODESPA is going to be able to continue working to change this situation. The objective is for these rural farmers to be able to access a low-cost storage system which allows them to keep their harvest for longer and therefore, guarantee that they have enough food to see out the “months of hunger”.
For the last 40 years, the photographer Sebastião Salgado has been travelling through the continents, in the footsteps of an ever-changing humanity.
He is now embarking on the discovery of pristine territories, of wild fauna and flora, and of grandiose landscapes as part of a huge photographic project which is a tribute to the planet’s beauty.
Do you remember the first time you saw the ocean? Do you remember the first time you met the love of your life? Do you remember your first kiss? Do you remember the birth of your first child? Do you remember the first time you travelled by plane, the first time you walked on the snow, the first time you watched a sunrise, the first time you wrote a poem?
Walter Seton Bunker, a veteran of World War II, came to Xavier University (Ohio) in 1946, ready to graduate in Art. Walter Seton Bunker just graduated cum laude a few days ago in college. He can be seen on the picture, so excited because he is collecting his title. Walter Seton Bunker is 90 years old and suffers from lung cancer.