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"à espera de godot"

"... é uma coisa que não é, mas faz de conta que é para ver como seria se fosse."

"à espera de godot"

"... é uma coisa que não é, mas faz de conta que é para ver como seria se fosse."


57º world press photo: (sports - singles) - 2º prémio



24 March 2013

Szczyrk, Poland

Pawel Starzyk of Poland competes in the slalom of the men’s super-combined at the International Polish Alpine Skiing Championship, on 24 March. Super-combined consists of a single run of slalom, and a shortened normal downhill ski run. Starzyk had successfully completed the downhill race, but fell and did not complete the slalom run.

Andrzej Grygiel
Andrzej Grygiel was born in 1966 and studied journalism at the University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland. He was a photographer for the daily press in the Silesia until 2005, when he began working for the Polish Press Agency.




foto da semana 30/2014: roller-limbo


"Six-year-old Gagan Satish from Bangalore, India, has managed to 'flatten' himself and 'roller-limbo' beneath 39 cars, squeezing in a space of seven inches above the ground on his roller skates. Gagan covered the distance in 29.8 seconds and emerged unscathed. This feat has landed Gagan to stake claim for an entry into the Guinness Book of World Records. The wonder kid, who goes to a primary school, began skating at the age of three. Gagan's father, Sathish, who runs a washing machine service centre, was ecstatic over his sons feat."


Picture: Arkaprava Ghosh / Barcroft India


fonte: the telegraph


57º world press photo: (observed portraits - singles) - 2º prémio


27 April 2013

North Dakota, USA

Dasan Cavanaugh (10), of the Spirit Lake reservation has not cut his hair since he was born. Spirit Lake is home to some 6,200 Sioux American Indians, who live in an area that covers over 1,000 square kilometers.


Rena Effendi
Rena Effendi was born in 1977 in Baku, Azerbaijan, and grew up in the USSR, witnessing her country’s path to independence—one marred by war, political instability, and economic collapse. From the outset, Effendi focused her photography on issues of conflict, social justice, and the oil industry’s effect on people and the environment. From 2002 to 2008, Effendi followed a 1,700-kilometer pipeline through Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Turkey documenting the impact this multibillion-dollar project had on impoverished farmers, fishermen, and other citizens.




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