It’s not quite Halloween yet but hey, I thought I’d kick things off early. “Sea Monsters” by Damian VanCamp is a series that will get your spine tingling. These creatures aren’t actually real (thank god); rather, they were pieced together by parts of actual sea life to showcase human fear. I’m not sure if that would make you feel better, but it demonstrates the idea that it’s not the unknown that’s fearful; it’s what our imaginations project onto what we don’t know that makes us afraid.
I still think the ocean is pretty freaky though. You know how the saying goes - when you step into the ocean, you’re stepping off the top of the food chain.
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It’s not quite Halloween yet but hey, I thought I’d kick things off early. “Sea Monsters” by Damian VanCamp is a series that will get your spine tingling. These creatures aren’t actually real (thank god); rather, they were pieced together by parts of actual sea life to showcase human fear. I’m not sure if that would make you feel better, but it demonstrates the idea that it’s not the unknown that’s fearful; it’s what our imaginations project onto what we don’t know that makes us afraid.
I still think the ocean is pretty freaky though. You know how the saying goes - when you step into the ocean, you’re stepping off the top of the food chain.
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It’s not quite Halloween yet but hey, I thought I’d kick things off early. “Sea Monsters” by Damian VanCamp is a series that will get your spine tingling. These creatures aren’t actually real (thank god); rather, they were pieced together by parts of actual sea life to showcase human fear. I’m not sure if that would make you feel better, but it demonstrates the idea that it’s not the unknown that’s fearful; it’s what our imaginations project onto what we don’t know that makes us afraid.
I still think the ocean is pretty freaky though. You know how the saying goes - when you step into the ocean, you’re stepping off the top of the food chain.
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It’s not quite Halloween yet but hey, I thought I’d kick things off early. “Sea Monsters” by Damian VanCamp is a series that will get your spine tingling. These creatures aren’t actually real (thank god); rather, they were pieced together by parts of actual sea life to showcase human fear. I’m not sure if that would make you feel better, but it demonstrates the idea that it’s not the unknown that’s fearful; it’s what our imaginations project onto what we don’t know that makes us afraid.
I still think the ocean is pretty freaky though. You know how the saying goes - when you step into the ocean, you’re stepping off the top of the food chain.
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It’s not quite Halloween yet but hey, I thought I’d kick things off early. “Sea Monsters” by Damian VanCamp is a series that will get your spine tingling. These creatures aren’t actually real (thank god); rather, they were pieced together by parts of actual sea life to showcase human fear. I’m not sure if that would make you feel better, but it demonstrates the idea that it’s not the unknown that’s fearful; it’s what our imaginations project onto what we don’t know that makes us afraid.
I still think the ocean is pretty freaky though. You know how the saying goes - when you step into the ocean, you’re stepping off the top of the food chain.
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It’s not quite Halloween yet but hey, I thought I’d kick things off early. “Sea Monsters” by Damian VanCamp is a series that will get your spine tingling. These creatures aren’t actually real (thank god); rather, they were pieced together by parts of actual sea life to showcase human fear. I’m not sure if that would make you feel better, but it demonstrates the idea that it’s not the unknown that’s fearful; it’s what our imaginations project onto what we don’t know that makes us afraid.
I still think the ocean is pretty freaky though. You know how the saying goes - when you step into the ocean, you’re stepping off the top of the food chain.
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It’s not quite Halloween yet but hey, I thought I’d kick things off early. “Sea Monsters” by Damian VanCamp is a series that will get your spine tingling. These creatures aren’t actually real (thank god); rather, they were pieced together by parts of actual sea life to showcase human fear. I’m not sure if that would make you feel better, but it demonstrates the idea that it’s not the unknown that’s fearful; it’s what our imaginations project onto what we don’t know that makes us afraid.
I still think the ocean is pretty freaky though. You know how the saying goes - when you step into the ocean, you’re stepping off the top of the food chain.
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It’s not quite Halloween yet but hey, I thought I’d kick things off early. “Sea Monsters” by Damian VanCamp is a series that will get your spine tingling. These creatures aren’t actually real (thank god); rather, they were pieced together by parts of actual sea life to showcase human fear. I’m not sure if that would make you feel better, but it demonstrates the idea that it’s not the unknown that’s fearful; it’s what our imaginations project onto what we don’t know that makes us afraid.
I still think the ocean is pretty freaky though. You know how the saying goes - when you step into the ocean, you’re stepping off the top of the food chain.
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It’s not quite Halloween yet but hey, I thought I’d kick things off early. “Sea Monsters” by Damian VanCamp is a series that will get your spine tingling. These creatures aren’t actually real (thank god); rather, they were pieced together by parts of actual sea life to showcase human fear. I’m not sure if that would make you feel better, but it demonstrates the idea that it’s not the unknown that’s fearful; it’s what our imaginations project onto what we don’t know that makes us afraid.

I still think the ocean is pretty freaky though. You know how the saying goes - when you step into the ocean, you’re stepping off the top of the food chain.

Alright, raise your hand if photographing light streaks and paintings was one of the first things you did when you started photography. This must be one of the cliches in photography, so it was a surprise for me to see it so tastefully done. “Light Drawings” by Tobias Hutzler seems to take its cue from minimalism, with the ability to even surprise me at times. This visual style is reflected in most of Tobias’ work, which is well worth checking out.
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Alright, raise your hand if photographing light streaks and paintings was one of the first things you did when you started photography. This must be one of the cliches in photography, so it was a surprise for me to see it so tastefully done. “Light Drawings” by Tobias Hutzler seems to take its cue from minimalism, with the ability to even surprise me at times. This visual style is reflected in most of Tobias’ work, which is well worth checking out.
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Alright, raise your hand if photographing light streaks and paintings was one of the first things you did when you started photography. This must be one of the cliches in photography, so it was a surprise for me to see it so tastefully done. “Light Drawings” by Tobias Hutzler seems to take its cue from minimalism, with the ability to even surprise me at times. This visual style is reflected in most of Tobias’ work, which is well worth checking out.
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Alright, raise your hand if photographing light streaks and paintings was one of the first things you did when you started photography. This must be one of the cliches in photography, so it was a surprise for me to see it so tastefully done. “Light Drawings” by Tobias Hutzler seems to take its cue from minimalism, with the ability to even surprise me at times. This visual style is reflected in most of Tobias’ work, which is well worth checking out.
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Alright, raise your hand if photographing light streaks and paintings was one of the first things you did when you started photography. This must be one of the cliches in photography, so it was a surprise for me to see it so tastefully done. “Light Drawings” by Tobias Hutzler seems to take its cue from minimalism, with the ability to even surprise me at times. This visual style is reflected in most of Tobias’ work, which is well worth checking out.
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Alright, raise your hand if photographing light streaks and paintings was one of the first things you did when you started photography. This must be one of the cliches in photography, so it was a surprise for me to see it so tastefully done. “Light Drawings” by Tobias Hutzler seems to take its cue from minimalism, with the ability to even surprise me at times. This visual style is reflected in most of Tobias’ work, which is well worth checking out.
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Alright, raise your hand if photographing light streaks and paintings was one of the first things you did when you started photography. This must be one of the cliches in photography, so it was a surprise for me to see it so tastefully done. “Light Drawings” by Tobias Hutzler seems to take its cue from minimalism, with the ability to even surprise me at times. This visual style is reflected in most of Tobias’ work, which is well worth checking out.
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Alright, raise your hand if photographing light streaks and paintings was one of the first things you did when you started photography. This must be one of the cliches in photography, so it was a surprise for me to see it so tastefully done. “Light Drawings” by Tobias Hutzler seems to take its cue from minimalism, with the ability to even surprise me at times. This visual style is reflected in most of Tobias’ work, which is well worth checking out.
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Alright, raise your hand if photographing light streaks and paintings was one of the first things you did when you started photography. This must be one of the cliches in photography, so it was a surprise for me to see it so tastefully done. “Light Drawings” by Tobias Hutzler seems to take its cue from minimalism, with the ability to even surprise me at times. This visual style is reflected in most of Tobias’ work, which is well worth checking out.
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Alright, raise your hand if photographing light streaks and paintings was one of the first things you did when you started photography. This must be one of the cliches in photography, so it was a surprise for me to see it so tastefully done. “Light Drawings” by Tobias Hutzler seems to take its cue from minimalism, with the ability to even surprise me at times. This visual style is reflected in most of Tobias’ work, which is well worth checking out.
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Alright, raise your hand if photographing light streaks and paintings was one of the first things you did when you started photography. This must be one of the cliches in photography, so it was a surprise for me to see it so tastefully done. “Light Drawings” by Tobias Hutzler seems to take its cue from minimalism, with the ability to even surprise me at times. This visual style is reflected in most of Tobias’ work, which is well worth checking out.

First, we had a project on people who looked like fruits; but if that’s a little too healthy for you, check this out. In “The Donut Doppleganger”, Kristyna Archer compares people to, you guessed it, donuts. According to her, it seemed so nonsensical at the time, but she had to get out of my mind. Hey, I wouldn’t mind seeing more nonsensical projects from her.
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First, we had a project on people who looked like fruits; but if that’s a little too healthy for you, check this out. In “The Donut Doppleganger”, Kristyna Archer compares people to, you guessed it, donuts. According to her, it seemed so nonsensical at the time, but she had to get out of my mind. Hey, I wouldn’t mind seeing more nonsensical projects from her.
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First, we had a project on people who looked like fruits; but if that’s a little too healthy for you, check this out. In “The Donut Doppleganger”, Kristyna Archer compares people to, you guessed it, donuts. According to her, it seemed so nonsensical at the time, but she had to get out of my mind. Hey, I wouldn’t mind seeing more nonsensical projects from her.
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First, we had a project on people who looked like fruits; but if that’s a little too healthy for you, check this out. In “The Donut Doppleganger”, Kristyna Archer compares people to, you guessed it, donuts. According to her, it seemed so nonsensical at the time, but she had to get out of my mind. Hey, I wouldn’t mind seeing more nonsensical projects from her.
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First, we had a project on people who looked like fruits; but if that’s a little too healthy for you, check this out. In “The Donut Doppleganger”, Kristyna Archer compares people to, you guessed it, donuts. According to her, it seemed so nonsensical at the time, but she had to get out of my mind. Hey, I wouldn’t mind seeing more nonsensical projects from her.
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First, we had a project on people who looked like fruits; but if that’s a little too healthy for you, check this out. In “The Donut Doppleganger”, Kristyna Archer compares people to, you guessed it, donuts. According to her, it seemed so nonsensical at the time, but she had to get out of my mind. Hey, I wouldn’t mind seeing more nonsensical projects from her.
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First, we had a project on people who looked like fruits; but if that’s a little too healthy for you, check this out. In “The Donut Doppleganger”, Kristyna Archer compares people to, you guessed it, donuts. According to her, it seemed so nonsensical at the time, but she had to get out of my mind. Hey, I wouldn’t mind seeing more nonsensical projects from her.
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First, we had a project on people who looked like fruits; but if that’s a little too healthy for you, check this out. In “The Donut Doppleganger”, Kristyna Archer compares people to, you guessed it, donuts. According to her, it seemed so nonsensical at the time, but she had to get out of my mind. Hey, I wouldn’t mind seeing more nonsensical projects from her.

How much can you carry on your head? Not much I reckon, and certainly not a baby lamb. But these are common sights on the roads of East Africa, Indonesia, Bolivia and beyond.
Like ants with impeccable balance, these men and women seem to carry all their life on their heads as they head to and from the market. Floriane de Lassee covers these remarkable people in a playful tribute with a deeper meaning - it’s a look at the weights we all carry, whether physical or psychological. 
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How much can you carry on your head? Not much I reckon, and certainly not a baby lamb. But these are common sights on the roads of East Africa, Indonesia, Bolivia and beyond.
Like ants with impeccable balance, these men and women seem to carry all their life on their heads as they head to and from the market. Floriane de Lassee covers these remarkable people in a playful tribute with a deeper meaning - it’s a look at the weights we all carry, whether physical or psychological. 
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How much can you carry on your head? Not much I reckon, and certainly not a baby lamb. But these are common sights on the roads of East Africa, Indonesia, Bolivia and beyond.
Like ants with impeccable balance, these men and women seem to carry all their life on their heads as they head to and from the market. Floriane de Lassee covers these remarkable people in a playful tribute with a deeper meaning - it’s a look at the weights we all carry, whether physical or psychological. 
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How much can you carry on your head? Not much I reckon, and certainly not a baby lamb. But these are common sights on the roads of East Africa, Indonesia, Bolivia and beyond.
Like ants with impeccable balance, these men and women seem to carry all their life on their heads as they head to and from the market. Floriane de Lassee covers these remarkable people in a playful tribute with a deeper meaning - it’s a look at the weights we all carry, whether physical or psychological. 
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How much can you carry on your head? Not much I reckon, and certainly not a baby lamb. But these are common sights on the roads of East Africa, Indonesia, Bolivia and beyond.
Like ants with impeccable balance, these men and women seem to carry all their life on their heads as they head to and from the market. Floriane de Lassee covers these remarkable people in a playful tribute with a deeper meaning - it’s a look at the weights we all carry, whether physical or psychological. 
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How much can you carry on your head? Not much I reckon, and certainly not a baby lamb. But these are common sights on the roads of East Africa, Indonesia, Bolivia and beyond.
Like ants with impeccable balance, these men and women seem to carry all their life on their heads as they head to and from the market. Floriane de Lassee covers these remarkable people in a playful tribute with a deeper meaning - it’s a look at the weights we all carry, whether physical or psychological. 
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How much can you carry on your head? Not much I reckon, and certainly not a baby lamb. But these are common sights on the roads of East Africa, Indonesia, Bolivia and beyond.
Like ants with impeccable balance, these men and women seem to carry all their life on their heads as they head to and from the market. Floriane de Lassee covers these remarkable people in a playful tribute with a deeper meaning - it’s a look at the weights we all carry, whether physical or psychological. 
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How much can you carry on your head? Not much I reckon, and certainly not a baby lamb. But these are common sights on the roads of East Africa, Indonesia, Bolivia and beyond.
Like ants with impeccable balance, these men and women seem to carry all their life on their heads as they head to and from the market. Floriane de Lassee covers these remarkable people in a playful tribute with a deeper meaning - it’s a look at the weights we all carry, whether physical or psychological. 
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How much can you carry on your head? Not much I reckon, and certainly not a baby lamb. But these are common sights on the roads of East Africa, Indonesia, Bolivia and beyond.
Like ants with impeccable balance, these men and women seem to carry all their life on their heads as they head to and from the market. Floriane de Lassee covers these remarkable people in a playful tribute with a deeper meaning - it’s a look at the weights we all carry, whether physical or psychological. 
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How much can you carry on your head? Not much I reckon, and certainly not a baby lamb. But these are common sights on the roads of East Africa, Indonesia, Bolivia and beyond.
Like ants with impeccable balance, these men and women seem to carry all their life on their heads as they head to and from the market. Floriane de Lassee covers these remarkable people in a playful tribute with a deeper meaning - it’s a look at the weights we all carry, whether physical or psychological. 
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How much can you carry on your head? Not much I reckon, and certainly not a baby lamb. But these are common sights on the roads of East Africa, Indonesia, Bolivia and beyond.

Like ants with impeccable balance, these men and women seem to carry all their life on their heads as they head to and from the market. Floriane de Lassee covers these remarkable people in a playful tribute with a deeper meaning - it’s a look at the weights we all carry, whether physical or psychological. 

Fun fact! Did you know that pink used to be considered musculine, and blue feminine? Somewhere in the 20th century, some people sat around a table and decided to reverse that convention.
It’s fascinating how much our perception is unknowingly influenced by cultural conventions, don’t you think? JeongMee Yoon does, and she set out to document this phenomenon in young boys and girls who are subconsciously trained from a young age to prefer their respective colours.
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Fun fact! Did you know that pink used to be considered musculine, and blue feminine? Somewhere in the 20th century, some people sat around a table and decided to reverse that convention.
It’s fascinating how much our perception is unknowingly influenced by cultural conventions, don’t you think? JeongMee Yoon does, and she set out to document this phenomenon in young boys and girls who are subconsciously trained from a young age to prefer their respective colours.
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Fun fact! Did you know that pink used to be considered musculine, and blue feminine? Somewhere in the 20th century, some people sat around a table and decided to reverse that convention.
It’s fascinating how much our perception is unknowingly influenced by cultural conventions, don’t you think? JeongMee Yoon does, and she set out to document this phenomenon in young boys and girls who are subconsciously trained from a young age to prefer their respective colours.
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Fun fact! Did you know that pink used to be considered musculine, and blue feminine? Somewhere in the 20th century, some people sat around a table and decided to reverse that convention.
It’s fascinating how much our perception is unknowingly influenced by cultural conventions, don’t you think? JeongMee Yoon does, and she set out to document this phenomenon in young boys and girls who are subconsciously trained from a young age to prefer their respective colours.
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Fun fact! Did you know that pink used to be considered musculine, and blue feminine? Somewhere in the 20th century, some people sat around a table and decided to reverse that convention.
It’s fascinating how much our perception is unknowingly influenced by cultural conventions, don’t you think? JeongMee Yoon does, and she set out to document this phenomenon in young boys and girls who are subconsciously trained from a young age to prefer their respective colours.
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Fun fact! Did you know that pink used to be considered musculine, and blue feminine? Somewhere in the 20th century, some people sat around a table and decided to reverse that convention.
It’s fascinating how much our perception is unknowingly influenced by cultural conventions, don’t you think? JeongMee Yoon does, and she set out to document this phenomenon in young boys and girls who are subconsciously trained from a young age to prefer their respective colours.
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Fun fact! Did you know that pink used to be considered musculine, and blue feminine? Somewhere in the 20th century, some people sat around a table and decided to reverse that convention.
It’s fascinating how much our perception is unknowingly influenced by cultural conventions, don’t you think? JeongMee Yoon does, and she set out to document this phenomenon in young boys and girls who are subconsciously trained from a young age to prefer their respective colours.
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Fun fact! Did you know that pink used to be considered musculine, and blue feminine? Somewhere in the 20th century, some people sat around a table and decided to reverse that convention.
It’s fascinating how much our perception is unknowingly influenced by cultural conventions, don’t you think? JeongMee Yoon does, and she set out to document this phenomenon in young boys and girls who are subconsciously trained from a young age to prefer their respective colours.
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Fun fact! Did you know that pink used to be considered musculine, and blue feminine? Somewhere in the 20th century, some people sat around a table and decided to reverse that convention.
It’s fascinating how much our perception is unknowingly influenced by cultural conventions, don’t you think? JeongMee Yoon does, and she set out to document this phenomenon in young boys and girls who are subconsciously trained from a young age to prefer their respective colours.
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Fun fact! Did you know that pink used to be considered musculine, and blue feminine? Somewhere in the 20th century, some people sat around a table and decided to reverse that convention.
It’s fascinating how much our perception is unknowingly influenced by cultural conventions, don’t you think? JeongMee Yoon does, and she set out to document this phenomenon in young boys and girls who are subconsciously trained from a young age to prefer their respective colours.
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Fun fact! Did you know that pink used to be considered musculine, and blue feminine? Somewhere in the 20th century, some people sat around a table and decided to reverse that convention.

It’s fascinating how much our perception is unknowingly influenced by cultural conventions, don’t you think? JeongMee Yoon does, and she set out to document this phenomenon in young boys and girls who are subconsciously trained from a young age to prefer their respective colours.

See, this is the kind of thing I always dream of doing but never get off my ass to actually do it. In 2011, Alessandro Puccinelli bought a motorhome and travelled along the south coast of Portugal, just because. I’m glad he did, because these photos are amazing; a van looking tiny under the massive scale of the sprawling landscape, starry sky and dark waters.
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See, this is the kind of thing I always dream of doing but never get off my ass to actually do it. In 2011, Alessandro Puccinelli bought a motorhome and travelled along the south coast of Portugal, just because. I’m glad he did, because these photos are amazing; a van looking tiny under the massive scale of the sprawling landscape, starry sky and dark waters.
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See, this is the kind of thing I always dream of doing but never get off my ass to actually do it. In 2011, Alessandro Puccinelli bought a motorhome and travelled along the south coast of Portugal, just because. I’m glad he did, because these photos are amazing; a van looking tiny under the massive scale of the sprawling landscape, starry sky and dark waters.
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See, this is the kind of thing I always dream of doing but never get off my ass to actually do it. In 2011, Alessandro Puccinelli bought a motorhome and travelled along the south coast of Portugal, just because. I’m glad he did, because these photos are amazing; a van looking tiny under the massive scale of the sprawling landscape, starry sky and dark waters.
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See, this is the kind of thing I always dream of doing but never get off my ass to actually do it. In 2011, Alessandro Puccinelli bought a motorhome and travelled along the south coast of Portugal, just because. I’m glad he did, because these photos are amazing; a van looking tiny under the massive scale of the sprawling landscape, starry sky and dark waters.
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See, this is the kind of thing I always dream of doing but never get off my ass to actually do it. In 2011, Alessandro Puccinelli bought a motorhome and travelled along the south coast of Portugal, just because. I’m glad he did, because these photos are amazing; a van looking tiny under the massive scale of the sprawling landscape, starry sky and dark waters.
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See, this is the kind of thing I always dream of doing but never get off my ass to actually do it. In 2011, Alessandro Puccinelli bought a motorhome and travelled along the south coast of Portugal, just because. I’m glad he did, because these photos are amazing; a van looking tiny under the massive scale of the sprawling landscape, starry sky and dark waters.
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See, this is the kind of thing I always dream of doing but never get off my ass to actually do it. In 2011, Alessandro Puccinelli bought a motorhome and travelled along the south coast of Portugal, just because. I’m glad he did, because these photos are amazing; a van looking tiny under the massive scale of the sprawling landscape, starry sky and dark waters.
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See, this is the kind of thing I always dream of doing but never get off my ass to actually do it. In 2011, Alessandro Puccinelli bought a motorhome and travelled along the south coast of Portugal, just because. I’m glad he did, because these photos are amazing; a van looking tiny under the massive scale of the sprawling landscape, starry sky and dark waters.
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See, this is the kind of thing I always dream of doing but never get off my ass to actually do it. In 2011, Alessandro Puccinelli bought a motorhome and travelled along the south coast of Portugal, just because. I’m glad he did, because these photos are amazing; a van looking tiny under the massive scale of the sprawling landscape, starry sky and dark waters.
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See, this is the kind of thing I always dream of doing but never get off my ass to actually do it. In 2011, Alessandro Puccinelli bought a motorhome and travelled along the south coast of Portugal, just because. I’m glad he did, because these photos are amazing; a van looking tiny under the massive scale of the sprawling landscape, starry sky and dark waters.

Here’s a statistic to blow your mind - in Indonesia, more than 30% of children have their first cigarette before the age of 10. Over 60% of the male population smokes and it’s common to see young boys smoking up on their bus rides to and from school. To shed light on this huge social and health issue, Michelle Siu embarked on a project to document these young smokers, in the hopes of shocking the public into action.
It’s truly disturbing to see the loss of innocence reflected in the expressions and poses of these young children, some of whom have been smoking up to 2 packs a day since they were 4 years old.
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Here’s a statistic to blow your mind - in Indonesia, more than 30% of children have their first cigarette before the age of 10. Over 60% of the male population smokes and it’s common to see young boys smoking up on their bus rides to and from school. To shed light on this huge social and health issue, Michelle Siu embarked on a project to document these young smokers, in the hopes of shocking the public into action.
It’s truly disturbing to see the loss of innocence reflected in the expressions and poses of these young children, some of whom have been smoking up to 2 packs a day since they were 4 years old.
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Here’s a statistic to blow your mind - in Indonesia, more than 30% of children have their first cigarette before the age of 10. Over 60% of the male population smokes and it’s common to see young boys smoking up on their bus rides to and from school. To shed light on this huge social and health issue, Michelle Siu embarked on a project to document these young smokers, in the hopes of shocking the public into action.
It’s truly disturbing to see the loss of innocence reflected in the expressions and poses of these young children, some of whom have been smoking up to 2 packs a day since they were 4 years old.
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Here’s a statistic to blow your mind - in Indonesia, more than 30% of children have their first cigarette before the age of 10. Over 60% of the male population smokes and it’s common to see young boys smoking up on their bus rides to and from school. To shed light on this huge social and health issue, Michelle Siu embarked on a project to document these young smokers, in the hopes of shocking the public into action.
It’s truly disturbing to see the loss of innocence reflected in the expressions and poses of these young children, some of whom have been smoking up to 2 packs a day since they were 4 years old.
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Here’s a statistic to blow your mind - in Indonesia, more than 30% of children have their first cigarette before the age of 10. Over 60% of the male population smokes and it’s common to see young boys smoking up on their bus rides to and from school. To shed light on this huge social and health issue, Michelle Siu embarked on a project to document these young smokers, in the hopes of shocking the public into action.
It’s truly disturbing to see the loss of innocence reflected in the expressions and poses of these young children, some of whom have been smoking up to 2 packs a day since they were 4 years old.
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Here’s a statistic to blow your mind - in Indonesia, more than 30% of children have their first cigarette before the age of 10. Over 60% of the male population smokes and it’s common to see young boys smoking up on their bus rides to and from school. To shed light on this huge social and health issue, Michelle Siu embarked on a project to document these young smokers, in the hopes of shocking the public into action.
It’s truly disturbing to see the loss of innocence reflected in the expressions and poses of these young children, some of whom have been smoking up to 2 packs a day since they were 4 years old.
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Here’s a statistic to blow your mind - in Indonesia, more than 30% of children have their first cigarette before the age of 10. Over 60% of the male population smokes and it’s common to see young boys smoking up on their bus rides to and from school. To shed light on this huge social and health issue, Michelle Siu embarked on a project to document these young smokers, in the hopes of shocking the public into action.
It’s truly disturbing to see the loss of innocence reflected in the expressions and poses of these young children, some of whom have been smoking up to 2 packs a day since they were 4 years old.
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Here’s a statistic to blow your mind - in Indonesia, more than 30% of children have their first cigarette before the age of 10. Over 60% of the male population smokes and it’s common to see young boys smoking up on their bus rides to and from school. To shed light on this huge social and health issue, Michelle Siu embarked on a project to document these young smokers, in the hopes of shocking the public into action.
It’s truly disturbing to see the loss of innocence reflected in the expressions and poses of these young children, some of whom have been smoking up to 2 packs a day since they were 4 years old.
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Here’s a statistic to blow your mind - in Indonesia, more than 30% of children have their first cigarette before the age of 10. Over 60% of the male population smokes and it’s common to see young boys smoking up on their bus rides to and from school. To shed light on this huge social and health issue, Michelle Siu embarked on a project to document these young smokers, in the hopes of shocking the public into action.
It’s truly disturbing to see the loss of innocence reflected in the expressions and poses of these young children, some of whom have been smoking up to 2 packs a day since they were 4 years old.
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Here’s a statistic to blow your mind - in Indonesia, more than 30% of children have their first cigarette before the age of 10. Over 60% of the male population smokes and it’s common to see young boys smoking up on their bus rides to and from school. To shed light on this huge social and health issue, Michelle Siu embarked on a project to document these young smokers, in the hopes of shocking the public into action.
It’s truly disturbing to see the loss of innocence reflected in the expressions and poses of these young children, some of whom have been smoking up to 2 packs a day since they were 4 years old.
Zoom
Info

Here’s a statistic to blow your mind - in Indonesia, more than 30% of children have their first cigarette before the age of 10. Over 60% of the male population smokes and it’s common to see young boys smoking up on their bus rides to and from school. To shed light on this huge social and health issue, Michelle Siu embarked on a project to document these young smokers, in the hopes of shocking the public into action.

It’s truly disturbing to see the loss of innocence reflected in the expressions and poses of these young children, some of whom have been smoking up to 2 packs a day since they were 4 years old.

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