Kautela, el fotógrafo olvidado de la España franquista: Francisco Martínez Gascón retrató el lado de los vencedores de la Guerra Civil. 🔲 En la imagen, simpatizantes franquistas celebran la entrada de las tropas rebeldes por el Paseo de Gracia. Enero de 1939. 👉🏽Puedes ver más imágenes en el link de la bio.
Photo by @JonLowenstein / @noorimages | From the #NOORArchive : On August 9, 2014 Ferguson, Missouri Police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed the unarmed 18 year old Michael Brown. This led to two weeks of civil unrest in the small Mid-Western town as protestors rose up to protest the killing.
In the United States a black man is killed every 28 hours at the hands of police. Offending police officers are almost never indicted and even more rarely convicted of any of these killings. The protesters above all are calling for more police accountability.
Caption: USA, Ferguson, August 2014, A protestor holds a rose during an early evening demonstration on W. Florissant.
August 14 · Tuesday (Day 26) 🦋
This week has been a complication one on a lot of different fronts. Because of my transplant, and some other things, my family is surrently split between our family home in Northeast Ohio & central Ohio. Because of this, during the transplant I wasn't able to see my siblings during the hospitalization & my parents were split between houses. This is some of the strain that comes with getting a transplant. 😷 On top of that, because of diseases and viral infections, you're not allowed to touch them too. BMT families already go through a lot. While we are very blessed that Financial hardship isn't an issue because of insurance (because of the ACA my family hit our out of pocket in March), navigating life schedules & complicated dynamics has been a struggle, as well as just trying to figure out where we go from here. 🤷🏻♀️
These are photos of the first time I was allowed to hug my siblings again for two weeks earlier. & Even though this week has kind of sucked for us, they remind me that sometimes we just need hugs & a Facetime call get through difficult things. 💕 *
Escape. From my portfolio with Vogue Italia on PhotoVogue.
I was photographing the county fair for the newspaper and attended the rodeo. This rider had broken his back a few weeks prior to this and the horse was not liking confinement.
So the night of August 9th, till the early hours of 10th, was another great experience in Osogbo, as Kabiyesi, sons & daughters of Osogbo held the Aisun Atupa Oloju Merindinlogun (The Vigil for the Scared Lamp Stand with Sixteen light/lamp faces), as part of the activities that will pivot the grand finale of the Osun Osogbo Festival. This Atupa (Lamp) is said to be an important traditional and historical lamp to the existence of Osogbo and it is said to be more than 800 years old. This lamp can only be lite once annually and it is only during the Osun Osogbo festival. The sight of this lamp is an amazing one coupled with the activities around it. The Atupa was lighted around 7pm on the 9th till around 4:15am today 10th of August. This said Atupa was fueled all night with traditional substances like palm oil and local cotton, With the elders, young male and female children from a particular family who are said to be the custodians of the Atupa, passionately taking charge of the lamp so that any face of the lamp will not go off during the vigil.
Another highlight of the night was the dance, when Kabiyesi stepped out with his Oloris dancing & praying round the Atupa 3times in 3 Sets, while the Yeye Osun and the Isoro's also performed this rite after each sets of the Kabiyesi's, and Arugba Osun and her girls followed..during each sets, the Egbe people were busy at the inner chamber chanting dancing and rendering beautiful songs to keep everyone awake, and the drummers both the old & the young were hitting the dead animal's skin to produce beautiful sounds all night...after the 3rd and final lap dance of Kabiyesi and others around the Atupa Oloju Merindinlogun (The Sacred Lamp), came another beautiful moment between 4:15am- 5:15am, when Kabiyesi with his Olori's led the procession of his people into Oja Oba (The King's Market) to pray and bless the market for massive profits and peace, as the sound of the King's trumpet & the drum filled the air during this early morning hours procession at the market. It was a beautiful sight to behold as the Kabiyesi was dancing, rejoicing with his people, for their prayers has been answered !!! #Osunosogbo#myblackfestivals
Tekoa settlement in the West Bank. Two daughters of an Israeli participant to the photo workshops. The women in the workshops diligently use the lens giving insight into their own world, their home, their family. #westbank#settlers#nofilter