Search results for ‘fish’

Salted Cod Fish Salad | Recipe

  Inspired by: Brazilian Bacalhoada   Ingredients: 1 lb. of salted cod ( when purchasing  your salted cod stay away from the less expensive package with strips of cod instead of the filet of cod. These strips of cod usually contain a lot of bones and literally ruins the entire…

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Fishing | Rewind Series

  This series will focus on showcasing timeless photography that will tell human condition stories and provide enjoyment.  Selected from features published since the magazine’s birth in 2014, these hidden visuals will again come to life to touch your hearts. The rewind series will be presented in subjects.  To see…

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Cormorant Fishing | A Disappearing Ancient Tradition

  Photographer  Ivan Ferrer is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the project ‘The Fisherman of the Xingping Fishing Village’.  To see Ivan’s body of work, click on any photograph.         Using cormorants to catch fish has been a custom in China for…

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Sardinia | Economy, Jobs, Farms & Fisheries

  Photographer Andrea Cocco is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘We live to leave a mark’.  To see Andrea’s body of work, click on any image.     In hindsight, would you do this job again?” All three, without hesitation, replied in…

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Catching Bait Fish While Casting The Net

  Nibbling On Western History, Quotations & Philosophy Series   Source: Mind Manipulation Ancient and Modern Ninja Techniques By: Dr. HAHA LUNG Christopher Prowant     Words as Weapons “Many have fallen by the sword, but not as many as by the tongue.” Aprocrypha Sirach 18:18 (Page 94)    …

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Music | The Fisherman’s Song at Dusk Performed By Hong Ting

    This song was selected from the Hermit Poet’s Music Collection * To listen on YouTube CLICK HERE  * Available on Amazon.com below:   The Fisherman’s Song at Dusk Worldwide, Timeless & Diverse See our Complete Music Selection HERE     See also: The Hermit Poet’s Music Collection The Hermit…

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Salted Cod Fish Salad

  Inspired by: Brazilian Bacalhoada   Ingredients: 1 lb. of salted cod ( when purchasing  your salted cod stay away from the less expensive package with strips of cod instead of the filet of cod. These strips of cod usually contain a lot of bones and literally ruins the entire…

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The Hustle & Bustle At The Fishing Port Of Kafountine | Senegal

  Photographer Cristian Sarmiento is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From his project ‘Tefes’.  To see Cristian’s essays click on any image.         The port of Kafountine, in the Senegalese region of Casamance, attracts every morning its locals and hundreds of go-getters…

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Once “blue & full of fish” | An Unearthly Message Or A Natural Phenomena? | Seabed Patterns & The Aral Sea

  Photographer Iulia Galushina is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From her project ‘Message from the Aral‘.  To follow Iulia click on any image.   Scientist from Kazakhstan Boris Afanasyevich Smerdov is 77 years old.  He spent half of his life deeply worried about the Aral…

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The Remaining Personalities After The Collapse Of The Fishing Fleet

  Photographer Ray Carofano is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this portrait/documentary photography.  From his ongoing project ‘Faces of Pedro‘.  To see Ray’s portfolio click on any image.                     Port of Los Angeles, San Pedro, Los Angeles, California  …

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Fresh Fish – Tokyo

  Photographer David Hicks @ Hixposure is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of  this food photo essay.  From his project ‘Sashimi‘.  To see  David’s body of work click on any image.           A tasty but bloody business that originates from Japan. Not to be confused…

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Death By Gaffing, Suffocating, Rupturing & Freezing: The Brutal Methods Of Commercial   Fishing

  Photographer Simon Ager is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.   These images are from his project ‘Operation Albacore‘.  To see Simon’s body of work click on any image.   In 2016 the Sea Shepherd ship, Bob Barker, arrived in the Republic of Gabon for the commencement…

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Fishermen’s Faith

  Photographer Antonia Small is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  These images are from her project ‘Fishermen of Port Clyde’.  To see Antonia’s body of work click on any image.           Part chronicle, part fine art, I began this series of black…

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Tsukiji Fish Market, Tokyo, Japan

  Photographer Philip LePage is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.   To see Philip’s projects click on any photograph.                       See also: In Parentheses By Philip LePage   Back to HOME PAGE

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A Close Look At UK’s Fishing Industry & The Fishermen’s Life

  Photographer Joanne Coates is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this  documentary photography.  These images are from her project ‘The Plight Of The Fisherman“.  To see Joanne’s projects click on any image.                                    …

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Zanzibar’s Fishermen

  Photographer Chris Kirby is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photography essay.  These images are from his project ‘Small Nets, Hand Lines‘. To see Chris’ gallery of projects click on any image.     The island of Zanzibar in the Indian Ocean lies just 25-50 kilometers off…

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Seafood – Hong Kong Fish Market #5

  This travel photograph depicting fresh seafood was taken in the Hong Kong Fish market. See also: Seafood – Hong Kong Fish Market #4   Back to HOME PAGE Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2015

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Seafood – Hong Kong Fish Market #4

  This travel photograph was taken in Hong Kong. Click here for more seafood images.   Back to HOME PAGE Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2015

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Seafood – Hong Kong Fish Market #3

This food photograph depicts fresh seafood.  This image was taken at the Hong Kong Fish Market.  Click here for more seafood images from the Hong Kong Fish Market. Back to HOME PAGE Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2015

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Hong Kong Fish Market #2

This food photograph was taken at the Hong Kong fish market.  Please click here to see other images of seafood being displayed at the market. Back to HOME PAGE Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2014

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Hong Kong Fish Market

This image was taken at the Hong Kong fish market.  Fresh squid that is going to eventually end up in a delicious dish at a Hong Kong Restaurant. Back to HOME PAGE Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2014

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Hong Kong Fish Market #1

      This set of images was taken at the Hong Kong fish market.  The photos depicts respectively two women handling seafood, fresh fish in a tub, crabs in a cart and tubs containing water and live seafood. For more on Hong Kong food see Hong Kong Cuisine. Back…

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The Fisherman

The fisherman spent the early morning hours in his small wooden boat with a single motor on the ocean harvesting the gifts that the sea offers. The work is physically demanding, challenging, unpredictable yet satisfying.  He arrives back at the beach unloads his bounty then proceeds to selling his catch…

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Celtic Soul

  Documentary, Travel Photographer and Journalist Enrico Martino is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Celtic Soul’.  To see Enrico’s body of work, click on any image.       “Long ago, beyond the misty space Of twice a thousand years In Erin…

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Containers

    Artwork By You-Yu Ding   “My idea is to treat these containers as my own language . They carry their own capacity but also my thoughts and spirit. I want to use this way to memory and to describe myself at the present stage. I applied all of my…

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Life’s Moments | Irony

  Photographer Laura Jean Zito is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the series ‘The Ironic Age’.  To see Laura’s body of work, click on any photograph.                     “The Ironic Age” © 2022 Laura Jean Zito All…

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Odyssey Of A Shadow

  Written by George Gad Economou     from the oceanic depths surfaced a corpse rotten and disfigured; the waves brought it to a distant shore, where two children found it instead of seashells. it opened their eyes, made them gallop back home tearful and wailing. the corpse—its decaying mind…

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“…offering other possibilities of life to abandoned things.”

  Photographer and Artist  Franco Donaggio is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Sediments’.  To see Franco’s body of work, click on any image.           The silence, the sharp smell of shallow waters, the aura of abandoned things on…

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Edge of Humanity Magazine Contributors’ List 2021

  Rusty Birdcage   Written by  Holley Perry Empty Rooms   Written by  George Gad Economou     What Would We Be Que Seríamos   Written by Nataly Burgzorg 3 A.M.   Written by  George Gad Economou Frying Pans and Manners   Written by Holley Perry       The…

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Travel Photography

  Photographer Tor Olav Olsen is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the ‘Travel’ series.  To see Tor’s body of work, click on any photograph.                       All images © Tor Olav Olsen     See also:…

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High Price

  Written by   Joni Caggiano   Arising from the loamy soil and red clay emits the realm of cotton and tobacco.  Their breaths are a land of drudgery where drops of scarlet seep from hands that pick the whites of her thorny eyes.  Growing in fields of lost magnolias and…

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Petrobras
“…a fossil fuel exploration enterprise encroached in the heart of the rainforest.”

  Visual Storyteller  Antonio Mari is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Gas Drilling in the Amazon’.  To see Antonio’s body of work, click on any image.           Near the town of Coari in the Brazilian Amazon rainforest some…

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Haiti | The Forgotten Dying Land

  Written by Joni Caggiano   scant trees hold precious life in soil downpours run without mercy flushing minerals into low lands charcoal created from the sparse bush tiny fingers burn on hot boiling pot of small green leaves collected overfished waters leave nets lying empty silent goat bones weave…

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The Stuffed Monkey
In The Dark Alley
By George Gad Economou
Short Story Recommendation By Edge Of Humanity Magazine

“Drug addiction, small town and junkies; ‘The stuffed monkey in the dark alley’ is a  raw and detailed narrative about a junkies’ life. The instability, lack of humanity and even tender moments, gives the reader an insight very different from the ones seen nightly in our local news.”   Joelcy…

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Rewind Series | Asia

  This series will focus on showcasing timeless photography that will tell human condition stories and provide enjoyment.  Selected from features published since the magazine’s birth in 2014, these hidden visuals will again come to life to touch your hearts. The rewind series will be presented in subjects.  To see…

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Broken Empire | After The Fall Of The USSR | By Gerd Ludwig
Photography Book Recommendation By Edge of Humanity Magazine 

  Broken Empire After The Fall Of The USSR Photographs By Gerd Ludwig Text By Fen Montaigne    Written by Joelcy Kay Editor & Curator of Edge of Humanity Magazine Curator of NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY   Broken Empire starts with a classic landscape photograph of Siberia (cold to the bones), followed…

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Congo’s Charcoal, An Illegal Trade, A Precarious Lifeline

  Artist Photographer and Director Guerchom Ndebo pour/for Fondation Carmignac is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project  ‘Congo’s Charcoal’.  To see Guerchom’s body of work, click on any image.     Eastern Congo’s illegal charcoal trade worth around $35 million a year is controlled…

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Vibrant Vietnam

  Photographer Thong Nguyen is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  To see Thong’s body of work, click on any photograph.                     All images © Thong Nguyen     See also: Landscape By Thong Nguyen      …

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The River Ganga

  Documentary Photographer and Storyteller Pubarun Basu is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘The River and its People’.  To see Pubarun’s body of work, click on any image.           Growing up near the river Ganga has been one…

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What Are We Doing To Our Planet?

  Photographer Olivier MATTEL is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the series ‘ap0calypsis’.  To see Olivier’s body of work, click on any image.           Ap0calypsis is all about the world we leave to our children. We exploit the resources of…

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Rewind Series | Traditions

  This series will focus on showcasing timeless photography that will tell human condition stories and provide enjoyment.  Selected from features published since the magazine’s birth in 2014, these hidden visuals will again come to life to touch your hearts. The rewind series will be presented in subjects.  To see…

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Living Faith | Inside the Muslim World of Southeast Asia | Steve Raymer | Photography Book Recommendation By Edge of Humanity Magazine

    Written by Joelcy Kay Editor & Curator of Edge of Humanity Magazine Curator of NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY   Leading the book’s foreword is an architectural image featuring the top of buildings under a bluish gray sky (pp.14-15). The old architectural style of the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station…

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Curse Of The Black Gold | 50 Years Of Oil In The Niger Delta | Photographs By Ed Kashi | Edited By Michael Watts | Photography Book Recommendation By Edge of Humanity Magazine

    Written by Joelcy Kay Editor & Curator of Edge of Humanity Magazine Curator of NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY   The Urhobo People baking tapioca using the heat generated by a gas flare (pp.20-23) starts off this massive depiction of daily life in the Niger Delta and the impact…

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Benidorm, Spain | The Birthplace Of Package Tourism

  Photographer Danny Franzreb is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the ‘Benidorm’ series.  To see Danny’s body of work, click on any image.         Until the 1960s, Benidorm was a small fishing village. Today the city has reached the highest density…

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Expressing Hope | Two Poets & Two Poetry Styles

  Awakening Humanity   With no regard to the goodness of life one more day, we lose another. The guns blast, the tempers flare. Where does the end come to this strife?   Politicians battle over linguistics while the street battles are personal. Another life is taken, none given with…

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Short Story | I am a Killer, Man!

  Written by George Gad Economou   “We’re fucking outlaws, man,” Dave said and had a good swig out of the wine bottle. “Outcasts,” I corrected him and almost violently wrung the bottle out of his grip. “But, it’s alright. Where the fuck’s your friend?” “She’ll be here, don’t you worry,”…

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The Power of Art: How Beauty Can Save the World

  Written by Andrew Abballe @  A Life of Virtue    “Beauty will save the world” –Fydor Dostoevsky   It seems awfully naïve, and perhaps a bit idealistic to ponder such a question – but in this article I want to explore if art and beauty save the world.  What…

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A Man Doesn’t Need Much To Cling To Life

  Written by Bogdan Dragos   A lone ant crawled into his hair and went across his forehead to his eyelid   He woke up Sand all around him and wood above   But this was so far from hell Hell was a thing of the past now   Now…

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The Millennial Male Advice Guide | How To Pick And Marry A Good Woman #2

  Just a bit of background on me: I will soon be 59 Will soon be with the same fantastic woman for 34 years I have a strong marriage   Selfish! Yes, this is a strong word. Let us spend a few moments thinking about how this is a major red flag…

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Rewind Series | America

  This series will focus on showcasing timeless photography that will tell human condition stories and provide enjoyment.  Selected from features published since the magazine’s birth in 2014, these hidden visuals will again come to life to touch your hearts. The rewind series will be presented in subjects.  To see…

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Rewind Series | Digital Art

  This series will focus on showcasing timeless photography that will tell human condition stories and provide enjoyment.  Selected from features published since the magazine’s birth in 2014, these hidden visuals will again come to life to touch your hearts. The rewind series will be presented in subjects.  To see…

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Haiku #266

  Ocean waves rise fall Fishermen pull up anchors 1st light pokes through clouds   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2021   If my poetry helped, entertained, or moved you, please consider a donation, so that Edge of Humanity Magazine can continue sharing chips of my mind, that I diligently…

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9,922

  Pier loaded With fishermen Casting their lines Catching no fish   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2021   If my poetry helped, entertained, or moved you, please consider a donation, so that Edge of Humanity Magazine can continue sharing chips of my mind, that I diligently scribble into poems. …

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Rewind Series | Food

  This series will focus on showcasing timeless photography that will tell human condition stories and provide enjoyment.  Selected from features published since the magazine’s birth in 2014, these hidden visuals will again come to life to touch your hearts. The rewind series will be presented in subjects.  To see…

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My Magical Place | Childhood Stories

  Film Photographer Benedetta Falugi is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the “From River To Sea” series.  To see Benedetta’s body of work, click on any image.           I’ve always loved the analogic mood and all my works are made…

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Containers

  Artwork By You-Yu Ding   “My idea is to treat these containers as my own language . They carry their own capacity but also my thoughts and spirit. I want to use this way to memory and to describe myself at the present stage. I applied all of my…

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The Grocery Shop Dance

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   The kitchen is the heart and soul of a house, as most of the activities happen here. Where there are people there must be food, and the cycle goes on, from a full fridge, to finding frozen items in the freezer…

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Edge of Humanity Magazine Contributors’ List 2020

  The Components Of Beauty In Uganda’s Culture   Written by Andronicus Enoch Muwanguzi        “I want you to respect me as a person but please choke, slap, bite, spank, restrain and call me a dirty slut…”   Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues  …

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9,964

  The market A fish sliced open Guts showing Is that a heartbeat?   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2021   If my poetry helped, entertained, or moved you, please consider a donation, so that Edge of Humanity Magazine can continue sharing chips of my mind, that I diligently scribble…

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9,989

  I still remember 45-50 years ago My dad and I Fishing From wood catwalks On the bridges In the Florida Keys   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2021   If my poetry helped, entertained, or moved you, please consider a donation, so that Edge of Humanity Magazine can continue…

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Yamuna River | Water & Life

  Documentary Photographer Jai Thakur is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Yamuna: Once proud, now reeling’.  To see Jai ’s body of work, click on any image.         Yamuna: The Other Side This project intends to document the current…

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Philosophical Rambling | Punishment & Mind

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   For sake of this argument let’s agree that the facts on both stories below are indisputable truths.   Story#1 A drunk driver killed a young woman. Days before the trial the driver got shot while interrupting a playground shooting and saved…

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Japanese Cooking A Simple Art | By Shiizou Tsuji

  This book was hand-picked for review, from The Hermit Poet’s International Cookbook Collection.   Wow ! This is an outstanding comprehensive book on Japanese cooking. I have spent time in Japan and I must say that the Japanese people know how to cook and make sushi. This hardcover book…

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LIV

  Coming back to shore The fisherman Smiling Happy It was a good day’s catch   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2020   If my poetry helped, entertained, or moved you, please consider a donation, so that Edge of Humanity Magazine can continue sharing chips of my mind, that I…

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That Was Life

  Slept in a hut Swam in the ocean Lived on coconuts, bananas and fish from the sea Do you still remember? Decades ago How we lived simply?   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2020   If my poetry helped, entertained, or moved you, please consider a donation, so that…

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Elena & The Amphibian | A River Bank Story

  Photographers Carolina Dutca and Valentin Sidorenko are the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Apă ’.  To see Carolina and Valentin’s body of work, click on any image.         Every Friday evening a biology teacher Elena comes to the river…

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Natural Patterns | Animal Eyes

  Photographer Suren Manvelyan is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the ‘Animal eyes’ series.  To see Suren’s body of work, click on any photograph.                     All images © Suren Manvelyan     See also: Hidden Life…

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Rethinking Women’s Movement: The Politics of Orgasm in the 1970s

  Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues Chinese Malaysian, American Literature at Osaka University, Japan.   Rethinking Women’s Movement: The Politics of Orgasm in the 1970s   Since the 1970s, the politicization of women’s personal life experiences started and issues such as the right to sexual pleasure,…

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Rewind Series | Food

This series will focus on showcasing timeless photography that will tell human condition stories and provide enjoyment.  Selected from features published since the magazine’s birth in 2014, these hidden visuals will again come to life to touch your hearts. The rewind series will be presented in subjects.  To see original…

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“Bitch”

  Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues Chinese Malaysian, American Literature at Osaka University, Japan.   The Power of “Bitch”   The meaning and usage of the word “bitch” is worth considering. Today, what is the male equivalent of the word “bitch”? some might say “boss,” many…

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Clothing | How to Minimize Production, Consumption & Disposal | Yumenoshima, Japan

  Photographer Maki Hayashida is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the ongoing project ‘BEFORE THROWN AWAY.  To see Maki’s body of work, click on any image.   On March 14th, 2020 At studio   On March 14th, 2020 At studio   On March 14th,…

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Religion & Science

  Photographer Madhur Dhingra is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the book/project ‘Entangled | Chapter #1 | Śūnyatā ( སྟོང་པ་ཉིད ) – The Ultimate Void ’.  To see Madhur ’s body of work, click on any image.     These images are a part…

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What Happened To Chernobyl?

  Photographer Hanna Radek is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘CHERNOBYL’.  To see Hanna’s body of work, click on any image.         On April 26th 1986, during a safety test in the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in the Ukraine,…

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The Social Inequality In Tlacotalpan, Mexico

  Photographer and Audiovisual Communicator Eric Allende González is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Split Land.  To see Eric’s body of work, click on any image.       Tierra Partida reflects the social inequality in common environments of the Papaloapan basin,…

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Having Fun Under The Sun | Between Piers | Scheveningen, Netherlands

  Street Photographer Giedo van der Zwan is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the book/project ‘PIER TO PIER’.  To see Giedo’s body of work, click on any image.           200 years ago, when the first bathing houses were placed on…

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Silent Illumination

  Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series   Source: The Method Of No-Method The Chan Practice Of Silent Illumination By: Chan Master Sheng Yen     “The water is so clear, transparent to the bottom. Late, late, fishes have yet to appear. The sky is so vast, without boundaries,…

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A Beautiful Day

  Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series   Source: Zen Baggage A Pilgrimage to China By: Bill Porter Also known as Red Pine   Excerpt “When your mind dwells nowhere no corrupting thoughts arise when you don’t cling to the world suffering and joy have no place to grow”…

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Aral Sea Stories

  Journalist and Documentary Photographer Iulia Galushina is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography. From the project ‘The Almost Sea’.   To see Iulia ’s body of work, click on any image.         Half of the century ago a sea disappeared from the face…

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“once a Ticuna man is born, a tree is born” Life In The Depths Of The Amazon Jungle

  Photographer Ovidio Gonzalez Soler is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the ongoing project ‘Neoticuna’.  To see Ovidio’s body of work, click on any image.           There is a mystical connection between man and nature, for some reason that I…

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Why Animals Can’t Be Your Valentine: Understanding Zoophilia 

  Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues Chinese Malaysian, American Literature at Osaka University, Japan.   Some days ago, I watched a documentary called “Animal Passion” on YouTube. Ever since then, I cannot stop pondering the subject of zoophilia (derived from the Greek, zoo means “animal” and…

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Looking Back At Three (Not All) Of The Favorites Of The Hermit Poet’s Poems # 2

Poem 2 of 3 CMLXXXI Originally published April 17, 2016   Had a moment that day Decided  To throw it all away Purchased  One way ticket Going  South of the border Now  Live as a loner Spending days  Fishing Drinking ice cold Coronas Belly full of polo, ensalada, rice, beans…

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COVID-19 | Coronavirus’ Days | Organize How You Eat & Stretch The Time Between Grocery Store Trips

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   Many of us got use to have our groceries delivered to our door, while others hire a personal shopper or use curbside pick up available at the nearest Wal-Mart store.  These conveniences are being interrupted by the Coronavirus Pandemic. I found…

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Floating On A Cloud Above The Storm

  Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series   Source: The Way Of Energy Mastering the Chinese Art of Internal Strength with Chi Kung Exercise By: Master Lam Kam Chuen   “A fish is turning in the stream. Its weight is in the water; the fish itself is still. Like…

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COVID-19 | Coronavirus’ Days | Splitting The Load In The Household

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   Last week you were the parent working from home that most of the time was able with the help of pre-washed, pre-packaged, and pre-cooked wonders have dinner on the table by the end of the day. With a tap of a…

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Eternal Trash | Consumerism

  Photographer and Artist Irina Heinz is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘What will remain after me’.  To see Irina’s body of work, click on any image.   It is terrible to disappear – I want to leave a mark. Something eternal.…

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CLXVII

  Yucatan Peninsula Mexico lying in hammock cigarette hanging from mouth soles of feet badly cracked the fisherman mumbled to his dog stop licking bottle of tequila on dirt ground   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2020   If my poetry helped, entertained, or moved you, please consider a donation,…

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Flood & Housing | Itaya River, Peru

  Documentary Photographer and Photojournalist César Campos is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project  ‘Belen’.  To see César’s body of work, click on any image.       The Belen district in Iquitos, Peru, is flooded three or four months a year by…

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CLXXXVII

  cool under palm tree young man repairs fishnet continues tradition   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2020   If my poetry helped, entertained, or moved you, please consider a donation, so that Edge of Humanity Magazine can continue sharing chips of my mind, that I diligently scribble into poems.  Thank…

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CXCVIII

  the fisherman pulling net from sea his weather-beaten face displays simplicity   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2020   If my poetry helped, entertained, or moved you, please consider a donation, so that Edge of Humanity Magazine can continue sharing chips of my mind, that I diligently scribble into…

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Seafood and Sausage Salad

Inspired by: Thai Cuisine Portion feeds: 3 Ingredients: 2 sausage links 2 stalks of lemongrass – pound the lemongrass with your meat mallet or the back of your knife. Cut the lemongrass into large pieces so it’s easier to remove later.  Lemongrass is not edible. 1 tbsp. of chopped mint…

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Honduras | “…working the maze of hope in the land of illusory governance.”

  Photographer Seth Berry is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Anchuria’.  To see Seth’s body of work, click on any image.         In 1904, the term “Banana Republic” was coined by the short story writer, O. Henry, in his…

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Rituals | Man & Land | Iceland

  Photographer Agnieszka Sosnowska is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘In My Backyard’.  To see Agnieszka’s body of work, click on any image.         I live on a farm in East Iceland, where the landscape and the weather are…

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Edge of Humanity Magazine Contributors’ List 2019

  Death, Catholicism & My Mother’s Decisions Kelly Burke     Intimate Passages Of My Mother’s Turmoil Marilyn Jaye Lewis     “It’s for the mice” | Memories Of My Grandmother Marilyn Jaye Lewis     “…you know you can’t sleep there” | Passages Of A Homeless Person’s Life  J H Martin   By…

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Cream Of Asparagus, French Beans & Seafood | Illustrated Recipe

Portion feeds: 1 Ingredients: Homemade cream of asparagus containing butter and parmesan cheese. French beans Garlic Rice vinegar Swordfish – fried or grilled with a splash of lemon Shrimps Onions Jalapeno peppers 1) Cream of asparagus containing butter and Parmesan cheese. Home made please, with fresh asparagus. 2) Stir fry…

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Brazil’s Indigenous People

  Photographer Diego Baravelli is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Aldeia Multiétnica ’.  To see Diego’s body of work, click on any image.           The Multiethnic Village is a territory in Chapada dos Veadeiros dedicated to the strengthening…

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Mettle

  Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series   Source: Samurai Wisdom Lessons From Japan’s Warrior Culture Five Classic Texts On Bushido Translated By: Thomas Cleary Tuttle Publishing   ” The emptiness of the sky lets the birds fly, The breadth of the sea sets the fish free- A man…

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Love, Self & The Turbulence On My Bed

  Photographer Domina Apostolidou is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘fractions and decimals’.  To see Domina’s body of work, click on any image.           I try to define love. I try to define my body limits. I try…

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CCLXXVII

  after listening to my troubles the fisherman cast his line then said: ride riptide life gives few free rides   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2019   If my poetry helped, entertained or moved you, please consider a donation, so that Edge of Humanity Magazine can continue sharing chips…

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The Isolated Life & The River | Central Amazonia

  Photo Editor (Voices of Latin America) and Photographer Marilene Ribeiro is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘LAGO AMANÃ’ (commissioned by the Instituto de Desenvolvimento Sustentável Mamirauá).  To see Marilene’s body of work, click on any image. ​         Like…

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Confusion

  Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series   Source: The Life- Giving Sword Secret Teachings from the House of the Shogun The classic text on Zen and the No-Sword by Musashi’s great rival Yagyu Munenori (1571-1646)   Translated by William Scott Wilson   ” Beat the grass and scare…

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