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Archive for May, 2017

POINT BLANK: ‘COWGIRL IN THE SAND’

‘Hello cowgirl in the sand
Is this place at your command?
Can I stay here for a while?
Can I see your sweet, sweet smile’

click here ‘Cowgirl in the Sand’ (Neil Young)

 

When there was only darkness!

No star above us!

There was always you!

 

Спасибо, Виктория

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POINT BLANK: Nón lá / RICE HAT

The Nón lá, the vietnamese rice hat. This style of hat is used primarily as protection from the sun and rain. When made of straw or matting, it can be dipped in water and worn as an impromptu evaporative-cooling device. By its diameter of 40 cm it also covers the average size of a shoulder from snakes falling out of trees. Hmm, good to know.

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POINT BLANK: VIETNAM SCOOTERISTS

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There may be nine million bicycles in Beijing. There may be in average two cars washed every saturday somewhere by one family in the western world. There are scooters in Vietnam. A lot! Not to express your lifestyle. Not just to cruise around. Just to let the vietnamese world spinning around. A world with wonderful people. Does this millions and millions scooters seem like a flood of anonymous vehicles? This is not about the scooters. This about the million individual stories of the people who ride it!

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POINT BLANK: PEOPLE IN THE MUSEUM


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POINT BLANK: A DAY AT THE SHORE