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Calle Las Damas

Calle Las Damas La Zona Colonial Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic La Zona Colonial (Colonial Zone) in Santo Domingo is DIRTY. There are only very few trash cans and when you can see one, it’s super full. Litters are literally everywhere in the area and it’s disgusting. The cleanest street around here is the Calle Las […]

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Santo Domingo: The Heavy Carnaval Costume

Carnaval Infantil Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic I asked this guy and his costume designer how heavy the costume was, including the headress (not in the picture)—and they said, “It’s about 40 kilos.” Oh boy, I can’t even carry more than 10 kilos.

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Santo Domingo Carnaval 2012 and a bad experience

Carnaval Infantil Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic After almost three years, my Swiss friend and I met each other again–but this time, in Santo Domingo. We met on a Sunday when there was festival going on in the north part of the city. We went there for some dancing, music and culture. But, to our surprise, […]

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The Monks at Lama Temple

I’ve been photographing a lot of people lately. People seems to fascinate me; their facial expressions, their wrinkles, their skin, their color, their eyes—everything. Even the way how they react to my lenses when they found out they’re the object of my affection. Last week, I saw these monks at Lama Temple / Yonghegong (Palace […]

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