This photograph was taken in Kazan, Russia. It features the statue of Musa Dzhalil in front of Kazan Kremlin. Dzhalil was a Tatar poet and martyr.
Whilst in Montenegro we documented many of the beaches along the Budva Riviera as the summer season ended. This photograph was taken at Ploče Bay on a stormy day. We captured this pensive swimmer shortly before he dived into the rough sea.
This photograph was also taken in Montenegro on Drobni Pijesak beach were we found lots of 'sea glass'. Traditionally fire is used in the production of glass, but more importantly we were interested in how the forceful energy of the sea transforms the once sharp edges.
To quote Jarvis Cocker "Yeah, the trees, those useless trees produce the air that I am breathing". This photograph was taken on an early morning drive up Mount Olympus in Greece.
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