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Cape Peron in Rockingham

AUSTRALIA | Thu, 21 May 2015 | By eryn_with_a_y | Views [932]

I’ve started heading out on my lunch breaks, which wasn’t a great idea with it being the middle of winter, but we’re in Perth. There’s bound to be at least two sunny days in a week. My first trip was to Cape Peron (locally ... Read more >

Tags: beach, cape, fishing, lookout, peron, perth, point, rockingham, sun, western australia

Township Series: Part One

SOUTH AFRICA | Mon, 27 Feb 2012 | By mich | Views [585]

Pieces of broken glass crunched into the sand under my feet as I walked. The air was dusty and smelled of garbage that was for too long neglected and left to rot by the side of the road. The sun is hot, burning my skin even through my clothes. Stray ... Read more >

Tags: africa, cape, cape town, chil, children, poverty, south, south africa, town, township

Photos: My Photo scholarship 2011 entry

WORLDWIDE | Sat, 5 Nov 2011 | By crossroad | Flickr Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

This series takes place in Malaga, Andalusia, Spain in July 2011. The upcoming generation of young Toreros is having a show. The people of Malaga, who traditionally watch Corridas, are all invited to watch these young men fighting the bull. This ceremonial ... Read more >
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Tags: #2011wnphoto, andalusia, arena, bull fight, cape, corrida, europe, spain, torero, travel photography scholarship 2011

 

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