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The 7 Stories by Tavepong Pratoomwong‎

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The 7 Stories is a new series we are starting today. We will invite photographers from all over the world to share seven of their favourite photographs and the back stories behind them. To kickstart this campaign we invited Tavepong Pratoomwong from Bangkok, Thailand.

Tavepong Pratoomwong was born in Chanthaburi , Thailand in 1981.
He has been interested in the art of photography for long time since he studied in Rangsit University. He almost stopped shooting until the end of 2013 when his wife surprised him with marriage anniversary gift. It was a ticket to Varanasi, India. That ticket , that trip was the turning point of him to take pictures again.
After he went back to Thailand he joined the Street Photo Thailand’s activities ”365 days in 2014” created by Noppadol Weerakitti. It let him go out and taking photos everyday since then.

Now He is a part of photographic collectives.
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He shared his top 7 photographs with us and here are the back stories.

1. Ant man / Bangkok , Thailand 2015 

I walked around in town recently. On the upper floor of a building I saw a man writing a note. The building itself looked clean and simple. For me, when I spot some activities on many different levels I always try to find some connection between them. 

I know the tiny man is quite cliché but I always try and find some way to make it special. Near that area there was a food cart with many dishes in front. So the first idea was make his legs dip into the dish. It didn’t work well but I continued shooting this composition. Suddenly he reached the upper beam to help him stand up. But in the photo it’s like he is jumping down to the dish below.

“ Sometimes you never know what result it will be. You have to believe in your own instincts, always concentration and keep the composition right ”

© Tavepong Pratoomwong
© Tavepong Pratoomwong

2. Share / Münster , Germany 2015

This is one of my favorite photos of 2015. In July I had a chance to join the Observe collective exhibition in Germany. After the event, I went with other photographers to the Peace Festival in Münster. It was a good day to meet many photographers from the internet whom I’d never met in person before. The Festival set up in a football-size park. When we reached it, we looked like kids running to a new playground. I saw an interesting group cutting watermelon. I thought I might get some nice action from this kind of scene, so I sat in front of them tilting my camera up to get some beautiful sky and kept shooting. 

A good thing about the festival atmosphere is people did not care much about a camera man. The shot I like the most has a rhythm of hands stacking up watermelon. The right side of the photo has a connection of many circles of hands. It’s far more than I expected in the first place.

© Tavepong Pratoomwong
© Tavepong Pratoomwong

3. The smooth criminal / Bangkok , Thailand 2016

When people realize they were a target of photography, some just ignor, some did not like and some really want to show off ! While I took photo of one man using dropper drug to his eyes. Someone jump in and try to steal his friend’s thunder. Normally I hate when a man show V sign or 
try to play with me but when I saw him do the Michael Jackson ‘s smooth criminal , I decided this guy is exception.

I got this photo when he try to do an anti-gravity lean and fall of.

© Tavepong Pratoomwong
© Tavepong Pratoomwong

4. The Horizon / Brighton , UK 2017

Last April I had an opportunity to attend the Sony world photography awards 2017 in England and then traveled to Brighton. I am very impressed with Brighton. It has a lot of beautiful light, nice people. I got one of my favorite photos this year from this city. It was a time when we were going back to the bus. While walked along the beach, I was looking for a scene to take photos. 

Suddenly, I noticed that the Brighton Old Pier’s are parallel with skyline, which only happens in a very specific perspective. I was very lucky, one of our fellow forgot his belongings at British Airways i360,  So I have the opportunity to wait for someone to fill in this frame. 

After a little wait, there was a child running to his mother. I pressed the shutter immediately. ” Some time it’s not about changing location but changing the point of view “

© Tavepong Pratoomwong
© Tavepong Pratoomwong

5. Headless Dog / Bangkok , Thailand 2014 

In 2014 I join the “365 Day in 2014” event of Street Photo Thailand. The point is to take photos every day and select the best one, then submit on their Facebook page. When I haven’t enough time I always trip around my home area. I discovered a small village where people came out to exercise after work at a playground. That day the rain had just stopped, so I had not met many interesting subjects until I found a dog chasing a cat and got some pictures. Near that dog and cat group, there was a cowardly looking dog standing in the middle of the street. I’m not interested in the dog, but the background with sphere shapes is fine. 

So I decided to take pictures of both of them but the dog suddenly turned its head back to bite something and I shot it 2-3 times. No idea of a headless dog came in my mind. I just wanted to shoot a dog and interesting background, that’s all.

“ I like dogs as Elliott Erwitt use to said They’re sympathetic. They’re nice. They don’t ask for prints. 

© Tavepong Pratoomwong
© Tavepong Pratoomwong

6. Tree man / Tokyo , Japan 2014

One day I was in Japan looking for a camera shop (Yes… if you visit Japan, your camera equipment maniac might relapse). I found a smoking area in front of a train station and a group of office workers smoking. My friend told me this is how they slake off. After taking photos for a while, I saw a little hole in a tree. What if the face of a man poked out through that hole? So I tried positioning the angle to achieve that idea. He did not realize that I was taking his photo (because I was behind the tree) and looked at the advertisements on the big LED monitor on the opposite side. That’s why he turned his face up. I took many photos vertically and horizontally. Finally, I got the best shot when I almost stopped doing it.

Treeman is one of my favorite photos and the one that changed my life. Many people know me from this photo because it was the 1st place winner in the Miami Street Photography Festival 2014.

© Tavepong Pratoomwong
© Tavepong Pratoomwong

7. Metropolis / Tokyo , Japan 2016

Last year I wanted to go and get some rare Pokemon in Ishinomaki city (They make event for help people who affected from tsunami in 2011) and going to take photo around Sendai next. 

Suddenly the earthquake in middle of the night and in the morning I got phone from my mom that my lovely dog died in Bangkok . I decided to change destination to Tokyo. I used the walk as meditation to forget those bad news, then I finally found this shot outside a coffee shop. I first shot a man and he aware of me. So I changed the subject to a woman who sitting next to him and when I try to composition framing I observe some connection.

“ Good day , Bad day , Anyway…The show must go on ”

© Tavepong Pratoomwong
© Tavepong Pratoomwong

We hope you enjoyed the back stories. If you would like to suggest names of photographers, who should be featured in “The 7 Stories”, please leave a comment.

You can follow Tavepong HERE

Interview with Spyros Papaspyropoulos from Street Hunters

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Spyros Papaspyropoulos

“Spyros is a street photographer and blogger from Greece. He had a passion for photography from a very early age. He loves the unpredictability of the genre and loves to meet new people. His images are often close ups of people as he enjoys the intimacy and challenge of getting really close. We spoke with him in length about his passion and about his very successful blog, Streethunters.net

Q. Hi Spyros, good to have you with us today, please tell us about yourself and your early interactions with photography.

A. Hello! Firstly I would like to say thank you for this amazing opportunity! I am a big fan of APF Mag and it is a true honour to be asked to be interviewed by you guys. Gratitude. I am Spyros Papaspyropoulos a street photographer born and raised in Athens, Greece that currently lives and shoots mostly in Rethymno a small town on the island of Crete. The first time I used a camera I was a young boy of about 12 or 13 and I remember that my fascination with photography was apparent even back then. My father was an amateur photographer that loved making family photos, but his true passion was for fine art B&W photography. He had a manual Nikon and a Yashica Electro 35 that has now passed on to me. I don’t know where the Nikon is. That is a mystery. Anyway, my father passed on to me his passion for photography as well! Thank you father. My first serious attempt at shooting photos was when I was 18 years old. I shot loads of portraits of a girlfriend of mine. I remember I used B&W film and I used to shoot manually, trying to figure out exposure and the works. Since then, I have always had one camera or another and I have always documented moments of my life. I must have three massive drawers of printed photos at my parent’s house with literally thousands of prints.

Spyros Papaspyropoulos interview

Q. What is it about street photography that got you hooked to the genre in the first place and what keeps you going?

A. One word. Unpredictability! I just love the unexpected. As a creative I get bored quite easily, so I constantly seek new ways to entertain myself. I found that street photography is so unpredictable and surprising that it works as a means of catharsis for my soul. It has a therapeutic affect on me; it makes me feel as if I have been meditating. The effect it has on me is so profound that when I don’t shoot I get all edgy and snappy and feel as if I am missing something. I think that when I don’t shoot I get withdrawal syndrome. What keeps me going are the same reasons. I love the unpredictable nature of the genre, the mini adventures I experience when shooting street and the awesome people I get to meet. I have found myself in strangers apartments being shown around while taking photos, or I have travelled to unknown destinations, or I have broken bread with people I have never met before and will never meet again, or I have made photos of guys wielding massive machetes wearing smiles on their faces, or I have found myself taking snaps of AK47 assault rifles stacked on hundreds of bullets and more! I just love where street photography can take me. An every day photo walk or street hunt as I like to call them, almost always ends with at least one interesting story to share. I just love that!APF Magazine

Q. Please tell us about your process of shooting on the streets. What are you like, what goes on in your mind and what attracts you to a particular scene?

A. I try to look for things that attract my attention. I work instinctively and spontaneously most of the time and I have found that in the past couple of years I really enjoy capturing interesting faces. As years go by I have noticed that I enjoy getting closer and closer. I love the intimacy of the close up shot, the thrill of it, and the way my lens plunges in the action I am capturing. When I am shooting I am usually lost in my photography. I am zoned in, totally focused on what I am doing. If I have to interact with someone after I have made his or her shot, I always make sure to wear my smile, as wide as possible and to always be polite. I think it is very important to be polite and to smile, it makes the person you talk to feel as if they are talking to a non-threatening individual and they don’t get annoyed if you take their photo.

Spyros Papaspyropoulos interviewRead the full interview in the latest issue of APF Magazine. Download HERE from the iOS store today.

LEICA Feedback Friday Winner, Koushik Sinha Roy

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APF is pleased to announce the first Leica Feedback Friday winner, Koushik Sinha Roy. Feedbackfriday has been one of the most unique features of the APF Magazine Street Photography Group, one of the largest and most active Street Photography groups in the world today with over 134K active members from 100 different countries.

The idea behind LeicaFeedbackfriday is simple, to provide meaningful feedback to members, an hour is dedicated to providing critique and having a meaningful dialog. Leica was kind enough to back us up and present one of the most iconic books, Leica Practicum – Theory and practice of LEICAgraphy – silver halide and photo detector imaging with Leica M cameras by Erwin Puts.

We will like to take this opportunity to thank Leica for their commitment to the craft and always being generous to the community.

©Koushik Sinha Roy‎
©Koushik Sinha Roy‎

We are also proud of Koushik Sinha Roy for his continued effort and showing improvement in leaps and bounds. He is a hard working photographer and we wish him all the best. Congratulations once again. This particular image presented for feedback.

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Vineet Vohra and Rohit Vohra – This is a great shot, going in close and getting the picture in the phone as well. Works on many levels. Great layers, the water droplets and details, everything adds to the composition. Eye moves nicely from right to left. The eye just keeps moving in a circle not letting the viewer out of the frame.

Thanks admins for always taking the time out and making this a success.

To know more about Leicafeedbackfriday, join our community here. 

Have a great weekend everyone.

Transport Drama in Street, Award goes Kaustav Sarkar

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APF Inspiration Award IX goes to Kaustav Sarkar

Theme was open to interpretation to let members come up with their own definitions and views. 2,912 photographs were submitted for the theme and after going through all of these, curators have selected the following 12 top photographs.

You can see them here.

Transport Drama in street photography

In the end it came down to 2 photographs and eventually Kaustuv Sarkar’s outstanding photograph was selected as the winner. He wins a signed copy of the book, Platform 10 by Rammy Narula. Here is the Winning image. Congrats Kaustuv Sarkar.

© Kaustav Sarkar‎
© Kaustav Sarkar‎

For more inspirations and awards become a member of the APF Magazine street photography group Today.

To know more about our next workshop

APF Singapore Master Class 24th-26th Feb 2017

Transport Drama in street photography

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© Skyid J. Wang‎

We at the APF magazine street photography group ran a week long contest on the theme “Transport Drama”. Members were asked to post Street photographs keeping the theme in mind.

Theme was open to interpretation to let members come up with their own definitions and views. 2,912 photographs were submitted for the theme and after going through all of these, curators have selected the following 12 top photographs.

Stay tuned, the winner will be announced tomorrow.

Winner gets a signed copy of the Book, Platform 10 by Rammy Narula.

© Akkapon Tuu‎
© Akkapon Tuu‎
© Forrest Walker‎
© Forrest Walker‎
© Jad Jadsada‎
© Jad Jadsada‎
© Kanrapee Chokpaiboon‎
© Kanrapee Chokpaiboon‎
© Kaustav Sarkar‎
© Kaustav Sarkar‎
© Muhammad Imam Hasan‎
© Muhammad Imam Hasan‎
© Sara Nicomedi‎
© Sara Nicomedi‎
© Skyid J. Wang‎
© Skyid J. Wang‎
© Sohail Bin Mohammad‎
© Sohail Bin Mohammad‎
© Subhaashini Ghosh‎
© Subhaashini Ghosh‎
© Yoriyas Yassine Alaoui Ismaili‎
© Yoriyas Yassine Alaoui Ismaili‎
© Zahir Abbas‎
© Zahir Abbas‎

Do join us at the APF Group  for more inspirations and fun.

Know more about our next workshop here.

APF Singapore Master Class 24th-26th Feb 2017

Minimalism in Street, Award goes to Forrest Walker

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APF Inspiration Award VIII goes to Forrest Walker‎ 

Theme was open to interpretation to let members come up with their own definitions and views. 3,872 photographs were submitted for the theme and after going through all of these, curators selected 29 top photographs. You can see them here

In the end it came down to 2 photographs and eventually Forrest Walkers minimalist photograph was selected as the winner. He wins a copy of the book Magnum Stories

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Winner will be contacted shortly via mail

For more inspirations and awards become a member of the APF Magazine street photography group Today.

Singapore Street photography, by APF Workshop participants

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    Haolun Li

Singapore has always been a fun place to shoot street, a diverse country with many languages, religions and has a great mix of cultures.

APF held a 3 day workshop in Singapore 26th-28th Aug 2016 and there were a total of 18 participants. Most of the participants were new to street photography, there were also some who were experienced wedding photographers with a fondness to street photography.

In the middle of rain and haze, participants managed to get some exceptional photographs which is a testament of their effort and determination.

The above collection shows some of the best street photographs shot during the workshop period by the participants.

It’s fulfilling to see the results and the improvement in their work in such a short period.

Testimonials from the participants.

“I appreciated how Vineet and Rohit structured the workshop so everyone could see an improvement in their work. Their lectures and feedback were clear, insightful and very helpful. I felt a considerable improvement in my photography in a short period of time. Thanks!” Faisal Fazalbhoy

“Vohra bothers are the ultimate artists of street photography. Their dedication towards this art and their sincere efforts to prepare us for street photography is indeed commendable. The sincerity they show and effort they put to educate us will only be returned with gratitude if we put our hundred percent effort and sincerity with determination to learn all they teach and practise how they advise us. Singapore workshop has been the most interesting session among all the sessions I have attended so far. Thank you VV and RV for coming to Singapore.
As William Arthur Ward said, “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires”. Vineet Vohra and Rohit Vohra, you inspire us everyday. Keep up the great work.”  Mithu Chakraborty

“I’m glad that i managed to join this workshop and learnt a lot from you both. Your sharing and critique were excellent and rich in contents. Nothing sugar coated but straight to the points. Powerful technicality and skills aside, i love your kind reminders about shooting for ourselves not for ‘likes’, having fun and enjoying the process as the core of street photography. I have got so much to take away from the workshop but keeping the gratitude towards all of you – Vohra and workshop fellows! Thank you!” Kai Tan

“This workshop has opened my eyes on photography. I have read many articles on street photography but nothing beats observing the masters doing it in real life. I am so amazed that they can go so close to the subjects without them even knowing it. Truly fearless! I have learnt not to be afraid and just go with the flow. Seeking order in chaos. Finding something in nothing. Now all I need is just practise practise practise! The Vohra brothers are truly 2 of the best street photographers alive today.” Melvin Ho

“I have been starting Street photography since about 1.5 years ago, many shot was in Frontal Shot . When I get to know about APF workshop in Singapore, i made a quick decision for the Appointment without think twice.  On the way back to Jakarta, i talked to myself that i have found My Teachers, My Street Photography Teacher !!! Big Thanks to both of you, Sir !!! As Mentor, Vohra Brothers are Superior, Humble and Wise. All the Best to Vohra Brothers, please keep inspire us.” Evi Herlyna

“A good teacher shows the student what is possible and how to go there”. Vineet and Rohit are demonstrating that during the workshop! They always available with suggestions and even manage to track down wandering students to offer their insights. Thank you for expanding my photography horizons ! Shan Zhan

“At first, I joined the workshop expecting to learn the technical aspects of capturing street, and marrying these aspects with wedding photography work. While the past three days certainly provided that, what I gained was far more than that.I learnt that a successful street photograph will come with 99 other failures. I learnt to embrace what I like and shoot what-the-hell I want, the way I want. I learnt that the streets are brimming with potential and to see and feel more rather than keep shooting away. And I also learnt that to have good street photographs, I must simply have fun.It was mind-boggling to see such a diverse range of photographs even though we shared the same location. The refreshingly honest critique of the photos were also necessary if we want to improve, and I really appreciate that. I had a great time dissecting not only my photos, but also every participant’s, and it was super enriching. Thank you everyone (mentors included) and I had a wonderful 3 days learning from all of you!” P.s: Leica dream still far away :p”  Haolun Li

“Vineet & Rohit are beyond great photographers. They’re humble, honest and creative people who can show you the decisive moment that happens in between the busy bustle of life. Their workshops are a must do for anyone serious about street not just for the lessons, but also, for the connections you make with other like minded photographers.” Adhiraj Ghosh

” Time well spent at the workshop! The Vohra brothers are generous teachers of photography, thank you very much I really appreciate all that you have given. Their enthusiasm for the street rubs off on you. Whatever stage of photography you are pursing, they offered steadfast advice to everyone in the class such that every student was able to gain more insights into thinking about photography, and ways they can develop their craft further. You could not ask for more.”  Mindy Tan

Some fun behind the scenes here

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Congrats to all the participants and we wish you success.

Find out more details about APF workshops HERE

Minimalism in Street Photography

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We at the APF magazine street photography group ran a week long contest on the theme “Minimalism”. Members were asked to post Street photographs keeping the theme in mind.

Theme was open to interpretation to let members come up with their own definitions and views. 3,872 photographs were submitted for the theme and after going through all of these, curators have selected the following 29 top photographs.

Stay tuned, the winner will be announced on 25th July, 2016.

© Achim Katzberg‎
© Achim Katzberg‎
© Yoriyas Yassine Alaoui Ismaili‎
© Yoriyas Yassine Alaoui Ismaili‎
© Jagadeesh Posni‎
© Jagadeesh Posni‎
© Mizan Rahman‎
© Mizan Rahman‎
© Eric Kogan‎
© Eric Kogan‎
© Alex Liverani‎
© Alex Liverani‎
© Swapnil Jedhe‎
© Swapnil Jedhe‎
© Arth Figueroa Jumagdao‎
© Arth Figueroa Jumagdao‎
© Rudy Boyer‎
© Rudy Boyer‎
© Ricardo Leung‎
© Ricardo Leung‎
© Frankie Casillo‎
© Frankie Casillo‎
© Mirko Fambrini‎
© Mirko Fambrini‎
© Kob Obob‎
© Kob Obob‎
© Stefano Lista‎
© Stefano Lista‎
© Jad Jadsada‎
© Jad Jadsada‎
© Gaurav Khedekar‎
© Gaurav Khedekar‎
© Forrest Walker
© Forrest Walker
© Achim Katzberg‎
© Achim Katzberg‎
© Jad Jadsada‎
© Jad Jadsada‎
© Jad Jadsada‎
© Jad Jadsada‎
© Ashok Verma‎
© Ashok Verma‎
© Michele Liberti‎
© Michele Liberti‎
© Swapnil Jedhe‎
© Swapnil Jedhe‎
© Md Enamul Kabir‎
© Md Enamul Kabir‎
© Md Enamul Kabir‎
© Md Enamul Kabir‎
© Faisal Bin Rahman Shuvo‎
© Faisal Bin Rahman Shuvo‎
© Nilesh Mazumdar‎
© Nilesh Mazumdar‎
© Swapnil Jedhe‎
© Swapnil Jedhe‎
© Sreeranj Sreedhar‎
© Sreeranj Sreedhar‎

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25 Top street photographs from April and May

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© Marek Lapis‎

Every once in a while, at the end of the day, when you are most exhausted and feel like giving up, a dash of light, an unexpected gesture, a riot of color or something plain ironic, suddenly reveals itself and if you are attentive enough you press the shutter just in time to catch that beautiful arrangement that happens just for you.

“Street Photography”

Here we present the top 25 photographs posted in the APF group in the month of April and May 2016. Sit back and enjoy.

© Orna Naor‎
© Orna Naor‎
© Eric Kogan‎
© Eric Kogan‎
© Pierre Belhassen‎
© Pierre Belhassen‎
© Gurunathan Ramakrishnan‎
© Gurunathan Ramakrishnan‎
© Orna Naor‎
© Orna Naor‎
© Sarasij Dasgupta‎
© Sarasij Dasgupta‎
© Veronica Gera‎
© Veronica Gera‎
© Shuvro Bappy‎
© Shuvro Bappy‎
© Corneliu Sarion‎
© Corneliu Sarion‎
© Antonio E. Ojeda‎
© Antonio E. Ojeda‎
© Refat Siddique‎
© Refat Siddique‎
© Ayanava Sil‎
© Ayanava Sil‎
© Marek Lapis‎
© Marek Lapis‎
© Antonio E. Ojeda‎
© Antonio E. Ojeda‎
© Michele Liberti‎
© Michele Liberti‎
© Ilan Burla
© Ilan Burla
© Boris de Flash
© Boris de Flash
© Drew Hopper
© Drew Hopper
© Skander Khlif
© Skander Khlif
© Ilan Ben Yehuda
© Ilan Ben Yehuda
© Ariel Pascua
© Ariel Pascua
© David Mar Quinto
© David Mar Quinto
© Giorgio Scalici
© Giorgio Scalici
© Skyid J. Wang
© Skyid J. Wang
© Muhammad Imam Hasan
© Muhammad Imam Hasan

Like the selection, do leave us a note. If you have any of your works you would like to share with us, join the group Here and enjoy the ride.

30 Top Street Photographs, March 2016

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© Arsenic Junior‎

In a search for methods to read the city, a street photographer goes out on a hunt regularly, hoping to get that perfect shot.

Like a writer, a street photographer builds the story and often leaves the reader with a happy or sad ending, sometimes with a mystery.

Street photography is more of a challenge, because of the uncertainty… the joy of capturing that perfect moment… perfect in terms of light, texture, and elements all perfectly in place. It’s not a work of fiction.

Street photography is a “get it right” process, not a “fix it later” process.

Here we present top 30 street photographs from March

© Marie Laigneau‎
© Marie Laigneau‎
© Le Tanguerrant‎
© Le Tanguerrant‎
© Victor M Perez‎
© Victor M Perez‎
© Jay Salvador‎
© Jay Salvador‎
© Sreeranj Sreedhar‎
© Sreeranj Sreedhar‎
© Rudy Boyer‎
© Rudy Boyer‎
© Muhammad Imam Hasan‎
© Muhammad Imam Hasan‎
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© Niladri Adhikary‎
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