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U R P I L L A Y S O N Q O L L A Y

by Saturday, September 8, 2018


Chewed amongst the indigenous across South-America, Coca plant is not only consumed for its vitamins and minerals, but revered as a teacher with the power to connect human relations on deep and meaningful levels.

Through open and honest communication where we are always owning our experience, Coca can works as a powerful medicine that stimulates our heart-centred energy.
During this time, we can overcome our own barriers and limitations, the tongue begins to develop a sweetness for words.

The relationship with Coca is a slow and graceful process and we soon begin to see that there is great power in expressing our own vulnerability.

The relationship modern day society has with Coca today is different. Diluted with other substances, becoming a highly addictive substance ; a prophecy foretold in ancestral folklores.

I took this photo during my stay with Paititi Institute; a community in Peru, between the Amazon and the Andes dedicated to preserving the Environment and Indigenous Culture.


Weaving Families of The World Photo Series  | P E R U

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S O U N D

by Friday, September 7, 2018


Sound is powerful. When sound transforms to a rhythm, the music created becomes a form of communication to our emotions.

It makes us want to dance, to release, to express, to overcome barriers, and sometimes to bring us back, to the sacredness of our boundless potential.

Music allows us to rejoice in the present moment.

This is ‘Les Commandoes Percu’ from the South of France. They came to the Calais refugee camp spring 2016 to perform a miracle.


Weaving Families of The World Photo Series | FRANCE

 

 

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S Y M B O L I C

by Friday, September 7, 2018

A Quecha woman weaves as she walks along the mountains between the Amazon and Andes, Peru.

Weaving is one of the oldest traditions in the world. It sits at the very core of the Quecha culture, shaping personal and regional identities, and acting as a form of inter-regional communication.

 

 

 

 

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R E A L E S T A T E

by Wednesday, August 22, 2018

S K Y L I N E   C R E A T I V E  |  S Y D N E Y

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T R A D I T I O N

by Monday, August 6, 2018

B O L I V I A | O R U R O


Long before the Spanish settlement, the ancient town of Uru Uru (pre-Hispanic name for Oruro) was a religious destination for the Aymara & Quecha people of the Andes.

Locals would worship Andean deities , praying for protection & giving thanks to pachamama mother earth .

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H I N D S I G H T

by Monday, July 30, 2018

P E R U | A U S A N G A T E


The landscape is sublime yet,
Alimatizing to the 7000m alititude, meant nausea was the only memory I have of this place.

In hindsight, the vomiting, diarrhoea, shivers and fevers were a cleansing to say the least. It was during these intense moments of pain where I felt closely connected to what matters.

The mountains had something to teach me.

My relationships.

Edgar and Nathaniel, my two brothers who came with me on this journey, thank god they were there! They were my roots, my grounding.

Landscape photographers; I now understand your journey!


 

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A M B I E N C E

by Sunday, July 22, 2018

We create the ambience, the energy, the feeling, through our history , otherwise the landscape is what it is.

 

 

A U S T R A I L I A | P E R U | B R A Z I L

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D R A W I N G L I G H T

by Thursday, July 12, 2018

 

 

 

 

M E N U L O G | S Y D N E Y | P A T T A Y A  T H A I

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