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erikowatuoyo

The instances i caught the opposing sides of a city in the making. | Stories [2] | Photos [12] | Last Post: 29 Sep 2017

If you really want to know about me then this is it. I am just a guy that lives in Lagos and loves to travel taking pictures. I am also a graduate and a near-certified Supply Chain Professional/Certified Googler. In this part of the world, people ... Read more >

eriksson_robin

Uncovering Indonesia | Stories [1] | Photos [5] | Last Post: 29 Nov 2012

erin_and_pete

Our Trip | Stories [65] | Photos [863] | Last Post: 29 May 2009

After attending a study abroad program in Florence and seeing much of Europe in 2004, we decided to keep on traveling.  After short domestic trips, including both coasts, we are finally getting back out into the world . 

erin_and_tony

Adventures across the globe | Stories [4] | Photos [130] | Last Post: 20 May 2009

erin_chupeco

Quiapo Fortunes | Stories [1] | Last Post: 20 Apr 2012

erin_jason

Erin&Jason | Stories [1] | Photos [1] | Last Post: 31 Dec 2007

erin_johnston

Canada 2008/9 | Stories [2] | Last Post: 19 Aug 2008

Hi everyone,  Finally stepping out into the big world! For those who don't know (or have forgotten) I'm heading to Canada to do a semester of uni and holiday for a while. Hope this finds everyone well, watch this space for exciting adventures...... Read more >

erinaceus

The Mountain's Mystery Revealed... or Not? | Stories [1] | Photos [5] | Last Post: 28 Jun 2013

erinainsleylough

Travel Photography Scholarship 2011 - South Africa submission | Stories [1] | Photos [5] | Last Post: 8 Nov 2011

Erin Ainsley Lough Aspiring photography based out of Calgary, Alberta

erinbastian

Patagonia: In Search od Hidden Glaciers | Stories [1] | Last Post: 2 Sep 2015

erinbeckacain

We don't want just ONE CAKE, we want the WHOLE BAKERY! | Stories [1] | Photos [7] | Last Post: 4 Jul 2013

I live my life for the next great thing. Not in any kind of flippant way, but in the passionate, work hard, play hard, if you're gonna be there then make a splash kind of way.  I've been a rocket scientist, scuba instructor, spaceship operator, ... Read more >

erinbergstrom

Old Man Sundae | Stories [1] | Last Post: 26 May 2015

erincollins

Just Like Clockwork | Stories [1] | Photos [5] | Last Post: 6 Aug 2010

For as long as I can remember, my father has had a subscription to NGM. As a little girl, I was always fascinated with flipping through the crisp pages to stare at all of the beautiful places around the world. I would run my hands over the glossy photos, ... Read more >

erinherrick

Erin's Adventure to New York! | Stories [3] | Photos [1] | Last Post: 23 Apr 2014

erinjayne

The Light and the Wildlife of Sanibel Island, Florida | Stories [1] | Photos [5] | Last Post: 24 Nov 2014

erinjeanwalker

The Adventures of EJW | Stories [1] | Photos [10] | Last Post: 2 Oct 2012

Erin. 20. Studying. Wanderlusting.

erinklingsberg

Chicken Mozambique and Associative Memory | Stories [1] | Photos [5] | Last Post: 6 Mar 2015

erinkotlan

Burning on the James River | Stories [1] | Last Post: 26 May 2015

erinlee

One night in India. | Stories [1] | Last Post: 27 Mar 2011

erinlemonade

Moments of Meaning: Marseilles | Stories [2] | Photos [10] | Last Post: 13 May 2014

My name is Erin, and I have been writing as long as I can remember. I am currently and English major at Nipissing University, in North Bay, Canada.   My writing style is one of observation and story telling. I try to use collections of images, ... Read more >

erin-mia

Out and About | Stories [0] | Photos [3]

On the go, whenever I get the chance... 

erinna

laos | Stories [1] | Photos [5] | Last Post: 12 Aug 2010

erinnelson88

Louisiana Through the Eyes of a Survivor | Stories [1] | Last Post: 24 Nov 2014

erinoc

In other news... | Stories [1] | Photos [4] | Last Post: 22 Aug 2008

Hi! I'm a psychologist/lecturer from Australia.  I've been dabbling in short trips to Asia and Europe for the last few years.  I spend most of my travelling time wandering through markets or supermarkets trying to learn about the foods of a place - I ... Read more >

erinpoco

Albuquerque End of the Road: How did I end up here? | Stories [1] | Last Post: 24 Apr 2014

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I took this photo in Durău, a town located at 780-800 m altitude in Neamţ County at the proximity of Ceahlău Massif. The location is disadvantaged because of the lack of accessibility since 2006 because the main route was closed due to landslides.
Durău counts few inhabitants that are mainly devoted to agriculture and sheep-farming. There is also a beautiful orthodox monastery founded in the XVII century, where people from all the county go to celebrate the Easter mass.
This old woman is 88 years old and still works at the farm taking care of animals. She was very kind and happy to receive some visitors. Although she didn't speak much, her eyes were very soulful.  She lives with her son, a 70-year-old sheep-keeper, and his wife. Thanks to this and other encounters during the journey in Durău, I could experience the humility of a simple life lived in harmony with nature.  : by melekbayoudh, Views[143]
I took this photo in Durău, a town located at 780-800 m altitude in Neamţ County at the proximity of Ceahlău Massif. The location is disadvantaged because of the lack of accessibility since 2006 because the main route was closed due to landslides. Durău counts few inhabitants that are mainly devoted to agriculture and sheep-farming. There is also a beautiful orthodox monastery founded in the XVII century, where people from all the county go to celebrate the Easter mass. This old woman is 88 years old and still works at the farm taking care of animals. She was very kind and happy to receive some visitors. Although she didn't speak much, her eyes were very soulful. She lives with her son, a 70-year-old sheep-keeper, and his wife. Thanks to this and other encounters during the journey in Durău, I could experience the humility of a simple life lived in harmony with nature.

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