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Snowy Night on Shijo (Explored) by Jake Jung
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About to Slip @ Miyajima (Explored) by Jake Jung
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Moments later, one of these girls slipped off the stone path… Note: this photo is available for licensing in Getty Images’ editorial FlickrVision collection. (The link is on the bottom right of this page.)

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One Rainy Night in Kyoto (Explored) by Jake Jung
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I was lucky to spot a geiko (geisha) on her way to work. :) Note: this photo is available for licensing in Getty Images’ editorial FlickrVision collection. (The link is on the bottom right of this page.)

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Dotonbori Canal Ferry / 道頓堀川のフェリー by Jake Jung
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“I enjoyed talking to her, but thought nothing of her writing. I considered her a beautiful little knitter.” 

- Edith Sitwell, about Virginia Woolf, from the article ‘Virginia Woolf: A knitter with a knack for words’ by Imogen West-Knights in Intelligent Life Magazine

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Line of Lanterns by Jake Jung
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“The pictures are there, and you just take them.”
Robert Capa

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DAVID UZOCHUKWU’S SELFIES ARE BETTER THAN YOURS

At just seventeen years old, David Uzochukwu’s images possess the depth, idiosyncrasy and intention that most photographers can take a lifetime trying to cultivate. An Austro-Nigerian based in Brussels, David’s lens hones in on a world that bonds intimate human portraiture to the wildness of nature.

See more online: http://www.hungertv.com/feature/david-uzochukwus-wild-human-portraiture/