Since 2010 I have been traveling throughout Europe photographing primates in small zoos. Alone, patient and silent, I establish a more than passing connection with my subjects in these monkey houses. I make portraits that reveal the unique personality of each of these animals. It is clear that they are posing for me and that there exists a human-primate bond.
My goal is to motivate people to feel compassion for primates and an obligation to protect them. Most of the primates I photograph qualify as endangered, and all of them are facing stress from loss of habitat and human activity. The plight of primates on earth is urgent; our indifference will condemn them to extinction, and we will follow.
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Naked Hollywood - MARK EDWARD HARRIS
Hollywood is more of an idea than a place.
JULIE DERBYSHIRE FLORA DISLOCATA
Julie’s new series, Flora Dislocata, was born out of a desire to create work during these difficult times of Covid-19 and lockdown and respond to its challenges.
JOHN F. MARTIN
I intended to drive on route 66 to try and capture how it is today.
An Intimate, Exclusive Interview With JIMMY NELSON
Jimmy Nelson (Sevenoaks, Kent, 1967) started working as a photographer in 1987. Having spent 10 years at a Jesuit boarding school in the North of England, he set off on his own to traverse the length of Tibet on foot. The journey lasted a year, and upon his return, his unique visual diary, featuring revealing images of a previously inaccessible Tibet, was published to wide international acclaim.
Thanaka Color Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, is a mystical country centered among Southeast Asia's more common destinations, yet still remaining relatively unknown. After many years of isolation, Myanmar has only recently opened up to the outside world. The magnificent land is also known as the Golden Land.
MIEKE DOUGLAS - WHITE HORSES: COVID DREAMS AND THE RHYTHM OF LOCKDOWN
When anxious, uneasy and bad thoughts come, I go to the sea, and the sea drowns them out with its great wide sounds, cleanses me with its noise, and imposes a rhythm upon everything in me that is bewildered and confused." -Rainer Maria Rilke.
Terri Gold STILL POINTS IN A TURNING WORLD: IN CHAD
In the Sahel desert in Chad, the nomadic Wodaabe people spend months apart, searching out pastures for their herds and shelter for the families.
THE SINKING WORLD An Exclusive Interview With ANDREAS FRANK
Andreas Franke, famous for his still life and surreal effects, planned precisely in the challenging creative fields -Underwater Photography. The love of diving, combined with the skills in producing great photographs, is a unique characteristic in this field. Travelling and passion for scuba diving make his pictures cross the boundaries between real life and fantasy.
BELLANDUR LAKE FROTH - Debasish Ghosh
Bangalore, India, was once known for its interconnected lake systems, which provided a reliable water source. As the city grew, these lakes have encroached, and the water became polluted day by day. The largest, Bellandur Lake, now carry huge volumes of snowy froth, which block the adjacent canals.
Wild Wild West of Sichuan in China
Exploring Tibet had always been on my bucket list of travel documentary project. In 2018, I had the opportunity to visit Tibet, and it was the most incredible travel experience.
Old Waverly Farm Hams are Delicious Year-Round
Old Waverly Farm does one thing, and they do it well. “We make hams and we sell them one ham at a time,” says Dee Berry. And many in the Golden Triangle area of Mississippi, and now around the country, will agree it’s the best ham they’ve ever had.
Lessons from the Garden: Being with Berries
ALANDA GREENE is picking blackcurrants in her garden. Reflecting on the nature of these tiny fruit helps her see the importance of valuing everyone and everything, of being in tune with Nature, of interconnectedness, and of Mitakuye Oyasin.
The cold, dull sting of winter on my face made the whimpers and howls of the hounds pierce me with a deafening clarity.
The Poet Whose Lawsuit Couldn't Stop The Party
Abiodun Oyewole v. Rita Ora et al. Case # 1:16-cv-01912
A Healthy Fruit Celebrates Its Holiday
A cranberry like me thinks of itself as the self-sufficient type.
Britannia’s Biscuits-heavy portfolio ensured record growth in the lockdown phase and after, even as it stays the course to Becoming a total foods company
CREATE BLUEBERRIES PROCEDURALLY IN SUBSTANCE DESIGNER
Learn how to replicate complex natural patterns and shapes to create realistic-looking blueberries
Durante la temporada de aislamiento, estos han sido algunos productos esenciales para realizar juntas a distancia y, a la vez, levantar el ánimo.
History on our doorstep
From hillforts and castles to military fortresses and abandoned medieval villages, Devon has a treasure trove of historic sites and nothing beats visiting them in person, says CATHERINE COURTENAY
‘SILOED LEGACY SYSTEMS NO LONGER WORK'
If the increased role of technology had already become inevitable in retail in the last few years, Covid-19 has only intensified further the need for technology integration into retail operation and experience. This has seen the entry of many technology players into the retail eco-system. Retail technology company Ace Turtle has a platform that can integrate with multiple retail systems, provide single and uniform data and inventory across channels, and manage the entire retail process, from product discovery to purchase and fulfillment. Berry Singh, COO, Ace Turtle, in interaction with Point of Purchase, talks about how such technology solutions can help retailers ensure seamless backend and front-end functioning, and reiterates the importance of integrating digital with all aspects of retail operations.