1. #valparaiso #chile #portraits Bohemian capital of the world !

    #valparaiso #chile #portraits Bohemian capital of the world !

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  2. #portraits #iowa

    #portraits #iowa

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  3. #portraits #chicago #makeportraits

    #portraits #chicago #makeportraits

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  5. "Nos podrán quitar las flores, pero nunca la primavera" #eduardogaleano #dilapidated #abandoned #nature #forgotten

    "Nos podrán quitar las flores, pero nunca la primavera" #eduardogaleano #dilapidated #abandoned #nature #forgotten

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  6. abandoned dreams

    abandoned dreams

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  7. Broken door theory ? What causes some neighborhoods to thrives while others decay ?

    Broken door theory ? What causes some neighborhoods to thrives while others decay ?

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  8. That’s me caught in the wild ! Photo Credit : @danny_cantu

    That’s me caught in the wild ! Photo Credit : @danny_cantu

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  9. #mexicocity #méxico #biblioteca #vasconcelos #library 
Books for days !

    #mexicocity #méxico #biblioteca #vasconcelos #library
    Books for days !

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  10. #méxico #library “Throughout the history of humanity only one refuge kept books safe from war and conflagration, the walking library, an idea that occurred to the grand vizier of Persia, Abdul Kassem Ismael at the end of the 10th century. This prudent and tireless traveler kept his library with him. 117,000 books aboard 400 camels formed a caravan a mile long. The camels were also the catalog. They were arranged according to the title of the books they carried. A flock for each of the 32 letters of the Persian alphabet.” #eduardogaleano #biblioteca #vasconcelos #mexicocity #america

    #méxico #library “Throughout the history of humanity only one refuge kept books safe from war and conflagration, the walking library, an idea that occurred to the grand vizier of Persia, Abdul Kassem Ismael at the end of the 10th century. This prudent and tireless traveler kept his library with him. 117,000 books aboard 400 camels formed a caravan a mile long. The camels were also the catalog. They were arranged according to the title of the books they carried. A flock for each of the 32 letters of the Persian alphabet.” #eduardogaleano #biblioteca #vasconcelos #mexicocity #america

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