Some abstract ways of seeing the world.
A beautiful hibiscus
Amazing shots of Cuban Ballet dancers. Street performance surprised in its best moments
Over the past two years I’ve devoted my work almost exclusively to photographing ballet dancers within urban settings. Cuba has one of the top ranked ballet companies, thus why I dreamt of visiting the island for a long time. Their dancers are just some of the best dancers in the world. Perhaps it is because movement and rhythm runs in their afro-caribbean blood, but most likely it is due to the Russian school of training which is part of their heritage.
Thanks to a grant from the Bessie Foundation I was able travel a few weeks ago to Cuba. To my surprise, on my visit I ended up documenting a different kind of dance. I found myself tangled between the rhythm of the ballerinas I set myself to shoot and the cadence of the Cubans in the streets balancing their lives in an effort to make it…
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It was my dinnertime when I decided to participate in Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge. So I decided to take a picture of my food. First time ever I take photos of my food and it’s not even a very sophisticated dish:).
Future is unpredictable and no one knows what it can bring. For this week’s Daily Post Photo Challenge I chose a photo that represents the mystery of the future. After the sun goes down, the sea becomes the most unpredictable place. Anything can happen and a storm can come from anywhere. Here is how future looks in my opinion: