At the train station in Prague… Part 5

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This the last part of this series; I will definitely be going back to the station with extra rolls : ) I hope you liked this series. Taken by Canon AE-1 Kodak Tmax 400

At the train station in Prague…Part 4

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When I had nine photos left in my camera, I decided to go to the Masaryk railway station; when I got there I wished that I had extra film. The lighting was great there and it was very different from … Continue reading

Ramadan.. The holy month of Quran

Sami Alramyan

Tomorrow, which is Friday July 20th is the first day of Ramadan, It is the Muslim month of fasting, in which Muslims refrain from dawn until sunset from eating, drinking, and sexual relations. Muslims fast in this month for the sake of demonstrating submission to God, and to offer more prayers and Quran recitations (wiki). It’s the month of Quran, since the Quran was revealed to Mohammad in Ramadan.

Taken at Ibn Toloon’s mosque at Salahuddin Citadel, Cairo, Egypt. July 2011. Taken with Zorki 4, a rangefinder film camera, with Ilford XP2 super 400 film, one of my favourite black & white films.

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At the train station in Prague….Part 1

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I’ve always liked to go to train stations, and I found out that in Prague you can go to the platform without buying a ticket. It was nice to walk around and see the movement of the people in and … Continue reading

Holga Challenge – Shaima & Nada

Two of our co-founders have been mentioned in A ‘lil HooHaa’s blog; they participated in Holga’s challenge “Your Town”. Shaima took pictures of Geneve and Nada Kuwait, both did an amazing job, well done girls. Shaima:              … Continue reading

Street photography in Prague…. Part 3

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After a couple of hours of walking around Prague’s street, I stopped at the tram stop and took photos of people inside the trams. My first couple of shots were not that good because of the reflections, until I found … Continue reading