Love story in pictures:Carla and Natalia

A special collaboration of Juan Alejandro Jimenez, photographer and artist.

A few days ago, with Carla and Natalia, we had a very personal and intimate session, which had been going on for quite some time.

It’s all in the head. Thanks to them, a warm, gentle and confident climate has been created.
In my images, it is essential to build bonds with the couple and that both parties go « home » because I like it.

The goal is to capture moments naturally and unexpectedly.

The photos I leave in this post are a small part of all the ones we made between laughing and having fun.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Photo du jour / Picture of the day : le saut de l’orgue /The jump of orca

Cet orgue de mer a été photographié chassant un dauphin.Les orgues peuvent sauté entre 10 à 15 pieds,hors de l’eau, selon estimation.Ce saut à 15 pieds est l’un des plus hauts jamais enregistré./
This orca was photographed while chasing a dolphin. It’s estimated that orcas can jump between 10-15 feet out of the water, at 15 feet this is one of the highest known jumps ever photographed.
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Questions US officials couldn’t answer about ending “temporary protected status” for 200,000 people

The Department of Homeland Security said today that about 200,000 Salvadoreans will lose their right to stay in the US next year. Most have been US residents for a decade or more, and many have children who born here and hold US citizenship. With studied nonchalance, officials from DHS answered questions about the impact of…

via Questions US officials couldn’t answer about ending “temporary protected status” for 200,000 people — Quartz

Changements climatiques : « L’hypocrisie de Justin Trudeau est claire »

http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1066234/changements-climatiques-hypocrisie-justin-trudeau-claire-cop23-bill-mckibben Changements climatiques : «L’hypocrisie de Justin Trudeau est claire» Publié le vendredi 10 novembre 2017 Bill McKibben est l’environnementaliste le plus influent des États-Unis. Contrairement à de nombreux militants étrangers qui perçoivent Justin Trudeau comme un grand champion de la lutte contre les changements climatiques, l’écologiste américain juge très sévèrement le premier ministre canadien. […]

via Changements climatiques : « L’hypocrisie de Justin Trudeau est claire » | ICI.Radio-Cana da.ca — Enjeux énergies et environnement

De nos jours, il y a plus d’esclaves qu’il n’y en a eu du 16ème au 19ème siècle

Time : 1 mn 27 Pourquoi des millions de personnes sont-elles encore prisonnières de l’esclavage ? « La vie humaine est devenue plus sacrifiable » : pourquoi l’esclavage n’a-t-il jamais rapporté autant d’argent. Une nouvelle étude montre que l’esclavage moderne est plus lucratif que jamais, les trafiquants du sexe engrangeant des bénéfices […]

via De nos jours, il y a plus d’esclaves qu’il n’y en a eu du 16ème au 19ème siècle — Aphadolie

Chris Hedges: We Are All Complicit In The Crimes Of Empire — Dandelion Salad

Dandelion Salad with Chris Hedges RT America on May 28, 2017 On this week’s episode of On Contact, Chris Hedges is joined by actor, playwright and essayist Wallace Shawn. You way recognize Shawn from films such as Princess Bride, but he is also a thoughtful playwright and is out with a new book, « Night Thoughts ». […]

via Chris Hedges: We Are All Complicit In The Crimes Of Empire — Dandelion Salad

The Real Reason for Attacking North Korea

The Real Reason for Attacking North Korea by Dave Hodges, http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/ In the most extreme circumstances we have made it very clear that you can’t rule out the use of nuclear weapons as a first strike.” – Michael Fallon, British Defense Minister BBC Today April 25, 2017 – The political whores are speaking. They are willing […]

via The Real Reason for Attacking North Korea — Socio-Economics History Blog