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Le Kiss, Paris.
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© Peter Turnley, Paris.
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    Le Kiss, Paris.
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  • A place to remember captured by: @dgsc
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Don't forget to:
> Follow @bestplacestoremember
> Double tap if you like and comment your thoughts!
> Tag your travel partner and share this destination with your friends
> Have a look on photographer's account for more amazing content
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  • A place to remember captured by: @dgsc
    ~~~
    Don't forget to:
    > Follow @bestplacestoremember
    > Double tap if you like and comment your thoughts!
    > Tag your travel partner and share this destination with your friends
    > Have a look on photographer's account for more amazing content
    ~~~
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  • ®️this is a post with some barbed wire, pretty affective.
  • ®️this is a post with some barbed wire, pretty affective.
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  • ورق بزنید و نتیجه را ببینید .
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Take the sheet and see the result
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. .  The anniversary of the Islamic Revolution of Iran is celebrated on 22 Bahman
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11 february 2019
  • ورق بزنید و نتیجه را ببینید .
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    Take the sheet and see the result
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    . . The anniversary of the Islamic Revolution of Iran is celebrated on 22 Bahman
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    11 february 2019
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  • It’s known what took place in Puerto Rico in September 20, 2017. The images of destruction and anguish have circulated widely in the media. But is not as known that after September 21, thousands of puertorricans, after the mediocre response of the local and federal governments, initiated by themselves reconstruction efforts.
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Some volunteered distributing basic need items, ofter collected from neighbors or friends abroad. Others cooked for neighbors. Some lend an ear for those overwhelmed with what they experienced. In various parts of Puerto Rico, organically, volunteers gather to open blocked roads, cook, handed out water, or give emotional support to those in need. .

Social Media allowed for connection and coordination among volunteers. Groups evolved to achieved more effectivity. Help from those in Puerto Rico who were fortunate, from the puertorrican diaspora and from friends in the US proved essential. .

Hurricane Maria changed Puerto Rico, and for many of these volunteers this change included a change of consciousness, towards a greater appreciation of personal life and family, that now included neighbors and friends. .

Here are some of these volunteers.

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Sara Puente. Caguas, Puerto Rico.
. “Es verdad que el huracán María fue un desastre que no quisiera que se repitiera, pero nos movió el piso y nos hizo ver y decirnos: sí, nosotros tenemos las herramientas para trabajar con nosotros mismos.” / “It’s true that Hurricane Maria was a disaster I don’t want to repeat itself, but it did shake our foundations and made us see and say: yes, we have the tools to work with ourselves”

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Maribel Ortiz Castro. Guaynabo, Puerto Rico .

Me dije, puedo seguir contactando gente y llevar ayuda. Desde ese momento puse un post en facebook. Tengo muchas amistades y familiares en Estados Unidos y en diferentes países. Todos estaban preocupados y me escribían: ¿cómo podemos ayudar? ¿qué puedo hacer?”/ “I told myself: I could continue contacting people and bring help. After that I posted on facebook. I have a lot of friends and relatives in the United States and other countries. All were worried wrote to me: how can we help? What can we do”
  • It’s known what took place in Puerto Rico in September 20, 2017. The images of destruction and anguish have circulated widely in the media. But is not as known that after September 21, thousands of puertorricans, after the mediocre response of the local and federal governments, initiated by themselves reconstruction efforts.
    .

    Some volunteered distributing basic need items, ofter collected from neighbors or friends abroad. Others cooked for neighbors. Some lend an ear for those overwhelmed with what they experienced. In various parts of Puerto Rico, organically, volunteers gather to open blocked roads, cook, handed out water, or give emotional support to those in need. .

    Social Media allowed for connection and coordination among volunteers. Groups evolved to achieved more effectivity. Help from those in Puerto Rico who were fortunate, from the puertorrican diaspora and from friends in the US proved essential. .

    Hurricane Maria changed Puerto Rico, and for many of these volunteers this change included a change of consciousness, towards a greater appreciation of personal life and family, that now included neighbors and friends. .

    Here are some of these volunteers.

    1.

    Sara Puente. Caguas, Puerto Rico.
    . “Es verdad que el huracán María fue un desastre que no quisiera que se repitiera, pero nos movió el piso y nos hizo ver y decirnos: sí, nosotros tenemos las herramientas para trabajar con nosotros mismos.” / “It’s true that Hurricane Maria was a disaster I don’t want to repeat itself, but it did shake our foundations and made us see and say: yes, we have the tools to work with ourselves”

    2.

    Maribel Ortiz Castro. Guaynabo, Puerto Rico .

    Me dije, puedo seguir contactando gente y llevar ayuda. Desde ese momento puse un post en facebook. Tengo muchas amistades y familiares en Estados Unidos y en diferentes países. Todos estaban preocupados y me escribían: ¿cómo podemos ayudar? ¿qué puedo hacer?”/ “I told myself: I could continue contacting people and bring help. After that I posted on facebook. I have a lot of friends and relatives in the United States and other countries. All were worried wrote to me: how can we help? What can we do”
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  • Cacho Girard - gaucho - Argentina 2017
From my project: Sol de Majo

Quando fai la selezione delle immagini per una mostra, devi lasciare fuori per cognizione di causa delle immagini che porti nel cuore, una é quella postata ieri. Questa è un'altra.

When you make the editing for an exhibition, you leave out so many images that you carry in your heart, one was posted yesterday, another is this one.
  • Cacho Girard - gaucho - Argentina 2017
    From my project: Sol de Majo

    Quando fai la selezione delle immagini per una mostra, devi lasciare fuori per cognizione di causa delle immagini che porti nel cuore, una é quella postata ieri. Questa è un'altra.

    When you make the editing for an exhibition, you leave out so many images that you carry in your heart, one was posted yesterday, another is this one.
  • 11 1 10 minutes ago