Monthly Archives: May 2011

Fridays are for readers: In the Heart of the Country

South Africa, in the middle of nowhere. An isolated farm, a white man and his unmarried daughter and a black servant and his husband, all trapped in a web of reciprocal oppression. Everything collapses when the father decides to seek … Continue reading

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MIRRORS: Josep Fonti.

1989, L’Escala (Girona, Spain) Actualmente: Barcelona (Spain) Who are you? It’s a very difficult question… Perhaps “Josep Fonti” is the answer that gets closer to reality. What is it that took you to see the world through a lens? I … Continue reading

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Peaceful invasion

Last weekend Torino was invaded by military forces. Peacefully. Every year thousands of members of the Italian Alpine troops joined together for a 3-day celebration, and this year it was Torino’s turn. The streets were swarmed with people wearing a … Continue reading

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Filming Photography: Pride & Prejudice (Joe Wright, 2005)

Hello everyone! The title of this post refers to a new section in The Lonely Walkers’ blog in relation to films. We thought it would be interesting talking about some of our favourite films and its photography. We’re not looking … Continue reading

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Fridays are for readers: Fine Art Wedding Photography

I’m not too much in the mood of reading novels, lately. I really don’t know why and it’s starting to annoy me, but I can’t go further than the 60th page of a novel… I think my head decided to … Continue reading

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“WHY NOT” moving (on)?

It hasn’t been too long since I started thinking about this. A friend of mine told me to go visit her in London and my first reaction was a “good! I can spend a week in London and another week … Continue reading

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The 21st century in images

I am a passionate reader of French quarterly revue XXI. It’s a greatly interesting magazine about real journalism and reportages, a deep look into the themes proposed in every issue. I have been reading it since its very beginnings, travelling to France to … Continue reading

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