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#EU votes to create gigantic #biometrics #database | ZDNet

The European Parliament voted last week to interconnect a series of border-control, migration, and law enforcement systems into a gigantic, biometrics-tracking, searchable database of EU and non-EU citizens.

This new database will be known as the Common Identity Repository (CIR) and is set to unify records on over #350 #million #people.
 

#EU votes to create gigantic #biometrics #database | ZDNet

The European Parliament voted last week to interconnect a series of border-control, migration, and law enforcement systems into a gigantic, biometrics-tracking, searchable database of EU and non-EU citizens.

This new database will be known as the Common Identity Repository (CIR) and is set to unify records on over #350 #million #people.
 

A million people live in underground nuclear bunkers in Beijing (2017)


Beneath the streets of Beijing, people live in an underground universe constructed during the Cold War era.
Article word count: 671

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19588395
Posted by Jerry2 (karma: 15174)
Post stats: Points: 105 - Comments: 47 - 2019-04-06T00:39:30Z

\#HackerNews #2017 #beijing #bunkers #live #million #nuclear #people #underground
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In the late ’60s and ‘70s, anticipating the devastation of a Cold War-nuclear fallout, Chairman Mao directed Chinese cities to construct apartments with bomb shelters capable of withstanding the blast of a nuclear bomb. In Beijing alone, roughly [1]10,000 bunkers were promptly constructed.

But when China opened its door to the broader world in the early ’80s, Beijing’s defense department seized the opportunity to lease the shelters to private landlords, eager to profit from converting the erstwhile fallout hideaways into tiny residential units.

Now when night falls, more than a million people—mostly migrant workers and students from rural areas—vanish from Beijing’s bustling streets into the underground universe, little known to the world above.

RELATED: Chinaʼs Dead Sea Transforms Into Rainbow - Hereʼs Why

Fascinated by the phenomenon, Italian photographer Antonio Faccilongo arrived in Beijing to document it in December 2015. Although the bunkers are not hard to find—they are located in virtually all parts of the city—getting access proved to be difficult.

It seemed everywhere Faccilongo went, a neighborhood security guard would turn him away, citing a law barring foreigners from entering such nuclear refuges. Dismayed, he submitted an official request with the local government, which was rejected. Finally, Faccilongo slipped by when guards were off-site for lunch.

But even after Faccilongo attained access, he found many residents wary, in some cases embarrassed, of being photographed.

“I met around 150 people, and only 50 gave me permissions [to photograph them],” Faccilongo says. “Some of them are afraid because they told their families [back home] that they have good jobs and are living in good apartments.”

The [2]living conditions in the bunkers are indeed harsh. Although they were built with electricity, plumbing and a sewage system in order to shelter people for months in wartime or fallout, the lack of proper ventilation makes the air stagnant and moldy. Residents share kitchens and restrooms that are often cramped and unsanitary.

Local laws require a minimal living space of 4 square meters (43 square feet) per tenant, which, in many cases, go ignored. One of Faccilongo’s photographs pictures 4-year-old Jing Jing, who lives with her grandmother, father and younger brother in a room so tiny that only a bed can fit. Their home is next to a larger space used as a parking lot for motorbikes. “This is one of the poorest places I went to,” Faccilongo says.

In 2010, grappling with issues of landlord neglect and safety hazards, Beijing prohibited nuclear shelters and other storage spaces for residential use, but the clean-up efforts have been difficult and fruitless thus far. The main reason—the bunker residents have nowhere to go.

Over the past few decades, Beijing has witnessed skyrocketing housing prices. On average, one square meter (10.8 square feet) of residential real estate costs [3]$5,820, making it the world’s third most expensive city to live in.

Millions have nonetheless migrated from rural areas to the capital in search of better opportunities. But Hukou, an outdated household registration system, ties an individualʼs welfare benefits to their places of origin.

And with limited access to public, affordable housing, nuclear bunkers are one of the few feasible options for migrant workers. Faccilongo says a small unit can go for as little as $40 a month, and larger, dormitory-style rooms capable of housing as many as 10 people, can be afforded for as little as $20 a month.

Many of the residents are aspiring youth who believe that underground dwelling is just a transitional phase of their life until they gain the financial means for a room with windows and sunlight.

Another phenomenon of recent years has been organizations converting empty shelters into community centers. Faccilongo has encountered spaces transformed into a dining room, a billiard room, a karaoke and a calligraphy school.

These centers provide residents living in Beijing’s concrete jungle an opportunity to mingle across societal classes that are otherwise somewhat rigid and imposing. Or as Faccilongo puts it: The bunkers have become a unifying force in the society, where “both poor and rich” find homes.

References

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1. https://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/22/world/asia/beijing-bomb-shelters.html?_ga=1.4562097.385821338.1462107904&_r=0
2. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/photography/proof/2017/07/hong-kong-living-trapped-lam-photos/
3. http://www.forbes.com/sites/ellensheng/2017/01/24/the-five-most-expensive-cities-in-the-world/#f8586e938d06

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A million people live in underground nuclear bunkers in Beijing (2017)


Beneath the streets of Beijing, people live in an underground universe constructed during the Cold War era.
Article word count: 671

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19588395
Posted by Jerry2 (karma: 15174)
Post stats: Points: 105 - Comments: 47 - 2019-04-06T00:39:30Z

\#HackerNews #2017 #beijing #bunkers #live #million #nuclear #people #underground
Article content:




In the late ’60s and ‘70s, anticipating the devastation of a Cold War-nuclear fallout, Chairman Mao directed Chinese cities to construct apartments with bomb shelters capable of withstanding the blast of a nuclear bomb. In Beijing alone, roughly [1]10,000 bunkers were promptly constructed.

But when China opened its door to the broader world in the early ’80s, Beijing’s defense department seized the opportunity to lease the shelters to private landlords, eager to profit from converting the erstwhile fallout hideaways into tiny residential units.

Now when night falls, more than a million people—mostly migrant workers and students from rural areas—vanish from Beijing’s bustling streets into the underground universe, little known to the world above.

RELATED: Chinaʼs Dead Sea Transforms Into Rainbow - Hereʼs Why

Fascinated by the phenomenon, Italian photographer Antonio Faccilongo arrived in Beijing to document it in December 2015. Although the bunkers are not hard to find—they are located in virtually all parts of the city—getting access proved to be difficult.

It seemed everywhere Faccilongo went, a neighborhood security guard would turn him away, citing a law barring foreigners from entering such nuclear refuges. Dismayed, he submitted an official request with the local government, which was rejected. Finally, Faccilongo slipped by when guards were off-site for lunch.

But even after Faccilongo attained access, he found many residents wary, in some cases embarrassed, of being photographed.

“I met around 150 people, and only 50 gave me permissions [to photograph them],” Faccilongo says. “Some of them are afraid because they told their families [back home] that they have good jobs and are living in good apartments.”

The [2]living conditions in the bunkers are indeed harsh. Although they were built with electricity, plumbing and a sewage system in order to shelter people for months in wartime or fallout, the lack of proper ventilation makes the air stagnant and moldy. Residents share kitchens and restrooms that are often cramped and unsanitary.

Local laws require a minimal living space of 4 square meters (43 square feet) per tenant, which, in many cases, go ignored. One of Faccilongo’s photographs pictures 4-year-old Jing Jing, who lives with her grandmother, father and younger brother in a room so tiny that only a bed can fit. Their home is next to a larger space used as a parking lot for motorbikes. “This is one of the poorest places I went to,” Faccilongo says.

In 2010, grappling with issues of landlord neglect and safety hazards, Beijing prohibited nuclear shelters and other storage spaces for residential use, but the clean-up efforts have been difficult and fruitless thus far. The main reason—the bunker residents have nowhere to go.

Over the past few decades, Beijing has witnessed skyrocketing housing prices. On average, one square meter (10.8 square feet) of residential real estate costs [3]$5,820, making it the world’s third most expensive city to live in.

Millions have nonetheless migrated from rural areas to the capital in search of better opportunities. But Hukou, an outdated household registration system, ties an individualʼs welfare benefits to their places of origin.

And with limited access to public, affordable housing, nuclear bunkers are one of the few feasible options for migrant workers. Faccilongo says a small unit can go for as little as $40 a month, and larger, dormitory-style rooms capable of housing as many as 10 people, can be afforded for as little as $20 a month.

Many of the residents are aspiring youth who believe that underground dwelling is just a transitional phase of their life until they gain the financial means for a room with windows and sunlight.

Another phenomenon of recent years has been organizations converting empty shelters into community centers. Faccilongo has encountered spaces transformed into a dining room, a billiard room, a karaoke and a calligraphy school.

These centers provide residents living in Beijing’s concrete jungle an opportunity to mingle across societal classes that are otherwise somewhat rigid and imposing. Or as Faccilongo puts it: The bunkers have become a unifying force in the society, where “both poor and rich” find homes.

References

Visible links
1. https://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/22/world/asia/beijing-bomb-shelters.html?_ga=1.4562097.385821338.1462107904&_r=0
2. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/photography/proof/2017/07/hong-kong-living-trapped-lam-photos/
3. http://www.forbes.com/sites/ellensheng/2017/01/24/the-five-most-expensive-cities-in-the-world/#f8586e938d06

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Tlingit people chiefs at the Dakl’ aweidi HÍt (clan house) raising ceremony 3 from the Raven moiety, (from the left) and a Wolf moiety, (far right) – Sitka Kaagwaantaan Naa Shaa dei hani, in Alaska

#Tingit #native #people #Alaska #folklore #costumes
 


Chapter 23 - THE SCREEN - Moving Chapter 70 To The Front!

Too much negative is a bad thing. Most #people listening now already know the fraud of this world. It's time we start practicing possible solutions.
 
Suimor ist ein Mensch, aber das war es auch schon mit normal. Magie, Hinterlist und Tücke sind sein täglich Brot. Komm ihm nicht in die Quere und vertraue nicht seinem freundlichen Lächeln!

Theaterpremiere: 07.04. im Sünners Köln

#danielbierstedt #larp #phantasy #actor #schauspieler #lordoftherings #herrderringe #studio #onelight #priolight #imlandearaga #theater #photography #portrait #people #malemodel #cosplayBild/Foto
 
Wenn ich jemanden das erste Mal für Portraits vor der Kamera habe, fange ich mit ganz einfachem Posing an. Das hat mehrere Gründe: man redet miteinander, gewöhnt sich aneinander und baut vertrauen auf. Mir hilft es zu sehen, was gut für die jeweilige Person ist und was nicht.

Es ist ein seltenes Vergnügen, wenn man schon nach so kurzer Zeit so auf einer Wellenlänge ist, dass beide wortlos lossprinten, wenn die Sonne irgendwo durch das Laub bricht. Manchmal läuft es halt einfach...



#danielbierstedt #outdoors #modelphotography #model #blonde #hair #portrait #people #beauty #summer #headshot #bokeh #unitedsedcards #portraitfestivalBild/Foto
 
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34 years ago today, the hectic year-long coal miners strike in the United Kingdom came to an end. By the strike’s end, 11,000+ strikers were detained/arrested by the police.

Power to the Union.


A Brief History of the UK Coal Miners Strike 1984 85 :


#shitposting #anarchist meme for cool people
#history #police #union #coal #miner #UK #England
#acab #ftw #union all #power to the #people

I post every day meme about anarchy and other cool stuff.
Feel free to download and/or share them ! :)
 





The kills, pay tribute to pussy riot, by performing fuck the people,
@ Converse city carnage nyc, 2012 hd

#TheKills #AlisonMosshart #fuck #people #music #2012
 





The kills, pay tribute to pussy riot, by performing fuck the people,
@ Converse city carnage nyc, 2012 hd

#TheKills #AlisonMosshart #fuck #people #music #2012
 
damn good ...

Brick by Lego brick, teen buildz hizz own prosthetic arm


Aguilar, 19, who studies bioengineering at the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya in Spain, is already using his fourth model of the colorful prosthetic and his dream is to design affordable robotic limbs for those who need them.

Link: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-spain-lego-prosthetic-arm/brick-by-lego-brick-teen-builds-his-own-prosthetic-arm-idUSKCN1PW155

#spain #science #bioengineering #medicine #people #interessiert
 
damn good ...

Brick by Lego brick, teen buildz hizz own prosthetic arm


Aguilar, 19, who studies bioengineering at the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya in Spain, is already using his fourth model of the colorful prosthetic and his dream is to design affordable robotic limbs for those who need them.

Link: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-spain-lego-prosthetic-arm/brick-by-lego-brick-teen-builds-his-own-prosthetic-arm-idUSKCN1PW155

#spain #science #bioengineering #medicine #people #interessiert
 
Mademoiselle im genialen Zirkus Set, gesponsert von Daniel Falterbaum. Es war ein schöner Abschluß 😘

#danielbierstedt #studio #model #portrait #people #circus #tattoo #tattoogirl #tattoomodel #inkedgirls

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01/03 - vom allerletzten Studioabend im FuxStudio. Es war eine tolle Zeit mit euch, die Studioabende lagen uns sehr am Herzen. Die Entwicklung war einfach grandios. Aber das Leben geht weiter...

#danielbierstedt #studio #model #portrait #people #hair #sexy #redhead #ginger #smile

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Das teile ich natürlich gerne. Da muss man sich natürlich erst mal durcharbeiten und weiß vorher nicht, was man kriegt - Aber besser als einsam im Fediverse zu versauern ;)

Hallo aus Hang Over!

Ich hatte vor einiger Zeit drüben bei G+ mal eine Liste von echt interessanten Leuten hier auf Pluspora (und den anderen -poras und -icas und so) gepostet. Da auch hier immer mal wieder über Langeweile geklagt wird, dachte ich mir, ich poste das auch mal ganz stumpf hier rein.

"Moin sagen! +Nele van Deyk hatte mich darauf angesprochen, dass die dunkle Seite des Netzes (die ganzen -poras, -icas, -illas, usw.) ja so langweilig sind. Meine Lösung dafür sind ja die richtigen "Kreisels". Ich hab' mir im Laufe der letzten Wochen ein paar Leute zusammengesucht, die meinen Stream da so bunt machen wie den von G+ zu seinen besten Zeiten. Die Liste kommt weiter unten.

Da sind auch Profile dabei, die mir wegen guter Kommentare aufgefallen sind und noch gar keine eigenen Posts haben. Auch sind Profile dabei, die seit Monaten nichts gepostet haben. Alles für mich kein Hinderungsgrund, das kann sich noch ändern, wenn G+ dicht macht.

Als Anmerkung: Wir haben ja alle verschiedene Geschmäcker und Interessen. Von daher ist das hier natürlich nur eine Auswahl, die mich persönlich anspricht. Ich lege gern Wert auf originalen und möglichst originellen Content - der kann dann auch mal neben der Spur sein, aber Gold findet man ja auch im Dreck.

Unabhängig davon kann hier natürlich jeder einmal sich selber noch in die Kommentare packen oder jemanden, der oder die total interessant ist und hier eigentlich mit reingehören könnte.

Und hier ist die zugehörige Liste:

3dgifartist@pluspora.com
5n1pp3r5@nerdpol.ch
actro@pluspora.com
ageman666@pluspora.com
alexfeldstein@pluspora.com
alicia@pluspora.com
allhaildiskordia@pluspora.com
amanda_gordon@pluspora.com
anarchist_meme_for_cool_people@diasp.org
animatrix@pluspora.com
anita@pluspora.com
appliantologist@pluspora.com
arby@pluspora.com
atarifrosch@pluspora.com
atomjack@diasp.org
ayoub@pluspora.com
banerian@pluspora.com
bardnet@diasp.org
baumx@pod.geraspora.de
belamanth@pluspora.com
betschw@pluspora.com
bildblog@friendica.produnis.de
blubberdiknall@pluspora.com
bob@pluspora.com
bob_lai@pluspora.com
borsti67@hub.libranet.de
buckaroo@hub.netzgemeinde.eu
calvato@hub.netzgemeinde.eu
carms@pluspora.com
carolinerre@framasphere.org
caros@pluspora.com
cassi@pluspora.com
cerberus@pluspora.com
chaospunk@pod.geraspora.de
charlie10@pluspora.com
charliehoover@pluspora.com
chri_s@joindiaspora.com
christa@pluspora.com
christa_snick_snack@diasp.org
christophs@pluspora.com
clara_listensprechen@pluspora.com
cmoorerun@pluspora.com
cobalt@pluspora.com
comicsans@pluspora.com
cuppojoe@pluspora.com
cybermainzel@pluspora.com
cynix@pluspora.com
dadanaut@joindiaspora.com
danbrill@pluspora.com
daniel@fr.danielbierstedt.de
daniel_m@pluspora.com
danimo@diasp.org
dapor2000@pod.dapor.net
dcleverley@pluspora.com
deadree@pluspora.com
debbiesmith@pluspora.com
deerbard@joindiaspora.com
deha_x@pluspora.com
denizg@pluspora.com
deutschlandfunk@squeet.me
dingsbums@pod.geraspora.de
ditje@pluspora.com
docmario@pluspora.com
doctorbenway@pluspora.com
drcassone@pluspora.com
dryade_geo@pluspora.com
dthiery@pluspora.com
dwehringer@pluspora.com
ebookie@thepirate.party
ed_hong@pluspora.com
elijahu@pod.geraspora.de
emmaly@treehouse.pub
eo_tunun@framasphere.org
esther_starling@diasp.org
euroweld@pod.geraspora.de
ey_lou_flynn@pod.geraspora.de
farlion@hub.libranet.de
farlion@joindiaspora.com
fefebot@despora.de
flaeskedansker@pluspora.com
fluke@pod.geraspora.de
fr1tz0@pluspora.com
fraustief@diasp.org
frederica_mussolini@pluspora.com
ga@pod.geraspora.de
gabi_sokimakai@pluspora.com
gallux@despora.de
gaspode@diasp.de
gehrke_test@libranet.de
gela@pluspora.com
gerhardtorges@pluspora.com
gideonro@pluspora.com
grausicht@pluspora.com
grefix@pluspora.com
hackbyte@pluspora.com
hannes@pluspora.com
harigwebikemegiddo@joindiaspora.com
hayjay@joindiaspora.com
heiseonline@squeet.me
herrvonsinnen@pluspora.com
heynicepod@diasp.eu
hiltwin_31139@pluspora.com
horschtel@pod.geraspora.de
huhar@pluspora.com
i_am_not_alice@pluspora.com
iconnect@diasp.org
igor@pluspora.com
incontinenciasuma@joindiaspora.com
isotopp@pluspora.com
jaananystrom@pluspora.com
jakob@pod.orkz.net
jamie_ramone@pluspora.com
jbond@diasp.org
jefrie@pluspora.com
jens_unterkoetter@diasp.de
jhuesser@pluspora.com
joerg_fliege@pluspora.com
jordon@treehouse.pub
juni_walet@pod.geraspora.de
juvi@diasp.de
jw_melchior@diasp.de
jw_melchior@hub.libranet.de
jyotiqdahiya@pluspora.com
kai@pod.thomasdalichow.de
kai_jansson@pluspora.com
kai_luecke@pluspora.com
karinandersen232@pluspora.com
karinnelson@pluspora.com
katharsisdrill@datataffel.dk
kattascha@diasp.org
kimberly_hurlbut@pluspora.com
kipepeo@pluspora.com
kiwikevnz@pluspora.com
kj2018@swecha.social
krassmus@pod.geraspora.de
kylo@pluspora.com
laemmerbiss@pluspora.com
lalalouve@framasphere.org
lastperfectman@pluspora.com
lecontre@joindiaspora.com
lester_bangs@despora.de
levosherovich@pluspora.com
lizzischmidt@pod.geraspora.de
lordofmercy@pluspora.com
lunardisc0@pluspora.com
lynn_paden@pluspora.com
mara_lavdara@pod.orkz.net
marc63@pod.geraspora.de
mardor@diasp.de
marxen@pluspora.com
mashborn@egert.social
mashborn@pluspora.com
maxmustermann@pluspora.com
mia@nerdpol.ch
miadees@pluspora.com
micha@pluspora.com
michael_doell@diasp.org
miller@diasp.de
mitchwagner@pluspora.com
mmallory@pluspora.com
mme_de_faune@despora.de
mr_coko@diasp.de
mr_spuck@nerdica.net
mullana@pod.geraspora.de
nachbars_garten@pluspora.com
nacktnasenwombat@pluspora.com
natrinicle@diaspora.natrinicle.com
ndr@loma.ml
nichtvermietbar@tyrell.marway.org
niele@diasp.org
nigraarbaro@pluspora.com
nina_lynn@diaspora.koehn.com
nop@pluspora.com
odhage@joindiaspora.com
olddog@pluspora.com
olivera@hub.beamweb.de
olivera@pluspora.com
oliverzet@squeet.me
orvar@pluspora.com
oyasan@pluspora.com
pastafari@friendica.produnis.de
patchcrist@diasp.org
patrice_brenner@despora.de
paudlitschek@pluspora.com
percy@pluspora.com
perpetualmobile@diasp.org
pillepalle@nerdpol.ch
playground@pod.geraspora.de
postillon24@loma.ml
rajini_rao@pluspora.com
ralphgl@pluspora.com
ramonamoni@pluspora.com
randzone@pluspora.com
raptor@pluspora.com
rarecomicbooks@pluspora.com
raschmi@pod.geraspora.de
ratxue@diasp.org
rbittner@pluspora.com
recursive_unfolding@pluspora.com
reizzentrum@diasp.de
renhoek@pluspora.com
reverendlove@joindiaspora.com
rigdenyjepo@joindiaspora.com
rincewind_1960@pluspora.com
rinus_bakker@plusfriends.net
rsch@gerzilla.de
sandra_heisenberg@pluspora.com
schatten@nerdica.net
schlangenbrut@pluspora.com
scottanderson@pluspora.com
selinakyle@pluspora.com
seraphyn@fr.got-tty.org
sergeybullinside@pluspora.com
shar@pluspora.com
shobohm@pluspora.com
silbaer@pluspora.com
silvia@pluspora.com
silvialdovini@pluspora.com
simona@pluspora.com
simona_an@diasp.org
sixx@pluspora.com
smoothchampi@joindiaspora.com
somelady@pluspora.com
sonniandl@diasp.de
splendorsolis@diasp.org
stammtischphilosoph@pluspora.com
stefan@social.stefan-muenz.de
styromaniac@pluspora.com
sueddeutsche@diaspora.town
supimajo@pod.geraspora.de
swh@pluspora.com
sylkebambilke@pluspora.com
taschenlampe@despora.de
taz@pod.geraspora.de
tbindewald@pluspora.com
technozid@pluspora.com
teefax@gerzilla.de
teefax@pod.thomasdalichow.de
tgrempe@diasp.org
the_grumpy_scotsman@pluspora.com
thecameramonkey@pluspora.com
therealsandrast@pluspora.com
thewritershemisphere@pluspora.com
thomas_gutsche@pod.geraspora.de
thomas_le_pew@pluspora.com
thomas_mertens@joindiaspora.com
three_star_dave@pluspora.com
tmigge@pluspora.com
tomasaquinas@pluspora.com
torrid@pluspora.com
turista@pluspora.com
useher@pluspora.com
vardamir@hub.libranet.de
vardamir@thepirate.party
vickyveritas@pluspora.com
waffles_h@pluspora.com
waithamai@pod.geraspora.de
wegus@pluspora.com
wonko@pluspora.com
xenophrenia@pluspora.com
xilebo@diasp.de
xlr@pod.geraspora.de
xy@pluspora.com
zeit@pod.cyberdungeon.de
zeroobercool@pluspora.com


#Kontakte #User #einsam #Leute #people #fediverse
 
Wenn ich jemanden das erste Mal für Portraits vor der Kamera habe, fange ich mit ganz einfachem Posing an. Das hat mehrere Gründe: man redet miteinander, gewöhnt sich aneinander und baut vertrauen auf. Mir hilft es zu sehen, was gut für die jeweilige Person ist und was nicht.

Es ist ein seltenes Vergnügen, wenn man schon nach so kurzer Zeit so auf einer Wellenlänge ist, dass beide wortlos lossprinten, wenn die Sonne irgendwo durch das Laub bricht. Manchmal läuft es halt einfach...



#danielbierstedt #outdoors #modelphotography #model #blonde #hair #portrait #people #beauty #summer #headshot #bokeh #unitedsedcards #portraitfestivalBild/Foto
 
Die Tage war ich mit der Freundin einer Freundin unterwegs. Ursprünglich eigentlich, um beiden einen Gefallen zu tun, aber es stellt sich heraus, dass der Termine ein voller Erfolg war. Danke euch beiden!
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Eine Freude, mal wieder mit Menschen vor der Kamera zu arbeiten, auf die man sich verlassen kann. In letzter Zeit habe ich da eher Pech. Vielleicht fische ich in den falschen Gewässern...
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#danielbierstedt #outdoors #modelphotography #model #blonde #hair #portrait #people #beauty #summer #headshot #bokeh #unitedsedcards #portraitfestival

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Nachzügler vom kurzen Walk an der Rheinpromenade in Düsseldorf. Hier allerdings keine Promenade, sondern eine dunkle Ecke an der Seite. Alles Stockdunkel, über uns eine Lampe mit Bewegungsmelder.

#danielbierstedt #outdoors #modelphotography #model #blonde #hair #portrait #people #beauty #fashion #woman #picoftheday #portrait perfection #portraitfestival #portraitphotography

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