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Tavaris, 29, Zambia - Three hours on a propeller plane, eight hours on a bus, and one hour in a minivan. Finally, I found myself in a red-earth landscape around the village that is home of a Mission, a facility for the poor and sick located in Kalulushi. It's not a place that sees foreign visitors. The village has high percentages of malaria and HIV victims. It's not a tourist destination but a place for those who want to devote their lives to helping others. Tavaris, my host and the only couchsurfer in this part of Zambia is a doctor. He spends all of his days taking care of children, pregnant women and the sick. He grew up alone with his mother in conditions of poverty. "My most wonderful memory is of when my mother came home with my first pair of shoes. I still don't know how she managed to get them," he tells me. When she finally found a way to send her son to school, he promptly won a government scholarship. He studied until he obtained his medical degree, then practiced around rural Zambia before coming to this mission. In the austere clinic Tavaris spends his days doing what he can with the little he has at his disposal. Equipment and medicine are scarce, but patients abound. I spent hours watching him work, mesmerized by his patience and devotion. This room whre he works is similar to the mission room where I stayed, surrounded by the sisters. I discovered one Italian nun among their number and she and I spent a lot of time together, walking around the village while I tried to understand her life. During the day, while I waited for Tavaris to finish with his patients, I spent my time either with her or playing soccer with the children, with whom I communicated using signs and gestures. In the evenings, Tavaris and I ate together in the mission refectory. One night they had a party. Priests and nuns danced, arm-in-arm to the rhythm of local music, with a joy that was contagious. It seemed to me proof that happiness is, above all, a condition of the spirit. @couchsurfing#zambia#africa

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From May till November Legendary Cyphers meet every Friday night in New York’s Union Square Park. The cypher is the circle where rappers take turns at “spitting” lyrics that are improvised. There is small group of founders but more then 300 MC’s have rapped here. Crowds of regulars and visitors that reach in the hundreds come to see this unique mixture of poetry, music and improvisation. @natgeo@legendarycyphers360#legendarycyphers#unionsquare#freestyle#mc#rap#hiphop#lyrics#newyork

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From my project FATHERS /// Me and my dad fishing at Trasimeno Lake - FathersIt’s a Saturday night in late February. The year is 1986. I am eight-and-a-half years old and I’m getting ready for bed. I’m very excited for the morning to arrive. That’s because, in just a few hours, something will happen that’s been happening almost every Sunday for the last year. I’ll feel my father’s hand on my shoulder, shaking me awake as his voice says, “Gabri, wake up! It’s six o’clock. We’re going fishing.”For over a year, ever since my mom gave my dad a little fishing boat, this has been our Sunday routine – my father and I, alone or sometimes with friends, head out to Lake Trasimeno.It’s a day just for us, a day of waiting, of talking, and of long silences. Luckily, the bursts of good cheer over the catch of a fish aren’t too few or far between.It’s been thirty years since those Sunday mornings, and the most vivid childhood memories I have with my father are, without a doubt, the ones connected to fishing.He still goes, almost every Sunday. As for me – maybe because I’m hardly ever home, perhaps because, when I am, I’m too lazy to get up at six in the morning – I haven’t gone with him for many years.Now it’s my brother-in-law and nephew’s turn to go fishing with him.Lately, I’ve been enjoying spending Sundays with my friends, often in the company of their children. Almost everyone around me has become a parent over the last few years. A couple of friends and I are the only ones in our group who still don’t have kids of our own. I naturally began to observe how the others were raising their children. I watch them playing together, hear the arguments and the kids’ complaints at mealtimes or at bedtime. I’ve often been the one in charge of the kids when those moments happen.Just maybe, all of these things are making me start to want to be a father. When I watch my closest friends, as well as all of the fathers that I meet around the world, and when I recall those memories from my childhood of the time spent with my dad, I feel like I’m preparing myself for my moment, if it ever arrives. #father#babbo#laketrasimeno#trasimenolake#trasimeno#fishing#dad

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From my project HAPPINESS IS… /// Ryan, 23 - New York City, USA - Filmmaking is one of the few popular arts that brings together so many people. Initially, there are those who create the film and then ultimately it engages many others as a viewing audience. This block in NYC’s West Village will always be fondly remembered by me not only for the hundreds of films I have seen inside the IFC Center with friends (including incredible midnight repertoires by favorite filmmakers such as Ozu, Kurosawa, Hitchcock, Lynch and Carpenter) but it is also the block where we shot key scenes for our Oscar-winning short film, GOD OF LOVE. I produced that film with friends from NYU and it would go on to premiere on the very same block of the IFC Center just a year later as part of the Oscar Nominated Shorts Program. The fact that the film’s journey had its genesis a few blocks away at NYU as writer/ director/star Luke Matheny’s graduate film thesis, coupled with the fact that it was created by a group of good friends is something that made the project truly stand out to me. So this location holds many special memories for me as we all moved together on the path from production to the finish-line, when the cast and crew were able to gather once again to share the film with NY audiences - just steps away from where we started!” - #happiness#newyork#movie#moviedirector#ny#nyc#godoflove#westvillage#ifc#ifccenter#usa

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Love is waiting at the crossroads #love#nyc#ny#crossroads#amore#waiting#itwillcome

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Ngorongoro crater, Tanzania - The Ngorongoro Conservation Areais a protected area and a World Heritage Site located 180 km (110 mi) west of Arusha in the Crater Highlands area of Tanzania. The area is named after Ngorongoro Crater, a large volcanic caldera within the area. The conservation area is administered by the Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority, an arm of the Tanzanian government, and its boundaries follow the boundary of the Ngorongoro Division of the Arusha Region. The 2009 Ngorogoro Wildlife Conservation Act placed new restrictions on human settlement and subsidence farming in the Crater, displacing Maasai pastoralists, most of whom had been relocated to Ngorongoro from their ancestral lands to the north when the British colonial government established Serengeti National Park in 1959. The construction of tourist hotels in the Conservation Area allows people to access "the unparalleled beauty of one of the world's most unchanged wildlife sanctuaries", according to a government brochure, even as thousands of Maasai have suffered forcible eviction and have been denied access to water sources for their livestock The main feature of the Ngorongoro Conservation Authority is the Ngorongoro Crater, the world's largest inactive, intact and unfilled volcanic caldera. The crater, which formed when a large volcano exploded and collapsed on itself two to three million years ago, is 610 metres (2,000 feet) deep and its floor covers 260 square kilometres (100 square miles) Estimates of the height of the original volcano range from 4,500 to 5,800 metres (14,800 to 19,000 feet) high. The elevation of the crater floor is 1,800 metres (5,900 feet) above sea level. The Crater was voted by Seven Natural Wondersas one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa in Arusha, Tanzania in February 2013. #ngorongoro#crater#tanzania#africa#nature#wonder@silverseacruises#deeperonland

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Flying above ice. A week ago, on my way to the States... I didn't know I was going to get frozen! #ice#frozen#flying#cold#iceberg#defrosting#defrost

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What?! The Queen has millions in tax havens? Shocking!THE HEAVENS had shown this already a couple of years ago. We are not amused... In the video the Queen graces the banknotes of Mauritius, Hong Kong, England, Bermuda, Isle of Man Cayman, Guernsey and Jersey. From THE HEAVENS, book available from Dewi Lewis.With Paolo Woods and Gabriele Galimberti @woods_galimbertihttp://www.theheavensllc.comhttps://www.theguardian.com/news/2017/nov/05/revealed-queen-private-estate-invested-offshore-paradise-papers #tax#taxhaven#queen#uk#money

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