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Chinese Household Goods

  Photographer Huang Qingjun is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Family Stuff’.  To see Huang’s body of work, click on any image.         Huang Qingjun has spent 16 years phographed 102 families with their belongings. The series ‘Family Stuff´,…

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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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NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY | New Artworks | Lockdown London

  Lockdown London By Jan Enkelmann   On 23 March, the evening the lockdown was announced in the UK, I was on my bike, cycling through an already deserted London, astonished to experience the city like I had never seen it in the 20 years I have been living here.…

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NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY | New Artworks | Living Landscapes

  Living Landscapes By Charles Brabin  “Capturing a scene at a given instant, producing a ‘frozen’ image whilst the subject keeps on changing, both creates a sense of stillness in the picture and at the same time highlights the movement which has been suspended in the photograph. In the absence of…

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“…we all need hope” | An Intimate Portrayal Of Aging

  Visual Storyteller Melinda Reyes is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of  this documentary photography.  From the project ‘The Quiet World of Aging’.  To see Melinda’s body of work, click on any image.   Carmela I met Carmela at Rosie’s Place, the 1st women’s shelter in the U.S., a…

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Accounts Of A Syrian Teenager | From Fighter To Refugee | Part #2

  Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues Chinese Malaysian, American Literature at Osaka University, Japan.   Accounts Of A Teenager Inside Syria’s Battleground Part #1   “I was sleeping in a place where rats were running everywhere. The living condition there was so disgusting and awful that…

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Same Same But Different or Just Same Same?

  Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series   Source: The Tao of Zen By: Ray Grigg   “Proper lightness…  springs from the root of heaviness. Proper action… springs from the root of stillness” By: Lao Tzu (Page 286)       Hermit Poet’s Comments:   The happy Buddha statue…

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Accounts Of A Teenager Inside Syria’s Battleground | Part #1

  Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues Chinese Malaysian, American Literature at Osaka University, Japan.   What it Means to be a Refugee: A Story of Iboo   I became friend with Iboo, a twenty-two-year-old Syrian, only a week before I had a conversation with him regarding…

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Stepping Out Of Reality | Street Stories

  Street Photographer Daniel Castonguay is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay. To see Daniel’s body of work, click on any photograph.         Living in a great city, I was naturally driven to street photography and depicting the quotidian life in its simplest…

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Looking Back At Three (Not All) Of The Favorites Of The Hermit Poet’s Poems # 1

    I never wrote poetry until August 2014. That was the month and year Edge of Humanity Magazine first published on the internet. Since August 2014, I have written over 1000 poems. I never in my life had an interest in writing. I was too busy making a living…

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Doldrums

  Written By Poet and Photographer J H Martin @ A Coat for a Monkey     FORWARD – REWIND   My pinned eyes close On their bloods and their greys   I know where I’m going But not what I’ll see   Not through the oak door and not up the stairs…

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Perception

  Photographer,  Visual Artist and  Videomaker Giacomo Infantino is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Unreal’.  To see Giacomo’s body of work, click on any image.         The project outlines the places of some provinces. A journey along the places…

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Fleeting Company

  Written By Poet and Photographer J H Martin @ A Coat for a Monkey   HOTEL REFLECTION   I press the bell Check out my reflection And throw the key upon reception   It’s now time To forget about the time To strip myself of clothes And to wreath these bones In…

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Finno-Ugric Peoples | Paganism & Russification

  Visual Artist Dmitry Ermakov is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘River Under Earth’.  To see Dmitry’s body of work, click on any image.       The European part of Russia was originally populated mostly by Finno-Ugric people, not by Russians.…

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Budapest’s Thermal Baths

  Documentary Photographer Tomislav Marcijuš is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘CITY OF WELLNESS’.  To see Tomislav’s body of work, click on any image.         A series of photographs show Budapest, a city which, 1000 meters below the ground,…

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The Vibe Of Hong Kong

  Visual Storyteller, Photographer, Printmaker and Art Director Zhou HanShun is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the book/project ‘Frenetic City’.  To watch the project video  click on any image.         To say life moves fast in a city is an understatement.  People…

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Fortune Tellers | Hong Kong

  Photographer Kris Vervaeke is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘House Full of Gold’.  To see Kris’ body of work, click on any image.           This series portraits the fortune tellers of Wong-Tai-Sin temple in HK.  A unique…

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Tangibles & Intangibles | The Intricacy Of Marriage | Part #2

  The Life Coaching Series Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   Every marriage is unique, as the function of the institution is to bring together two different minds. Marriage is composed of a multitude of factors, unrelated with the actions of being married. People convert to other another…

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My Tiny Slice Makes Me Feel Nice

  Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series   Source: Yoga  Power and Spirit Patanjali the Shaman By: Alberto Villoldo PH. D   “Practice contentment. Accept all with grace and your happiness will be supreme.” (Page 42)   Hermit Poet’s Comments: Know when you have enough and also be grateful…

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The Cycle Of Violence & Hate Towards The LGBTQ Community | Peru

  Photographers Andrew Mroczek and Juan Jose Barboza-Gubo are the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributors of this documentary photography.  From the book/project ‘Fatherland’.  To see Andrew and Juan’s body of work, click on any image.           While Peru’s landscape is often celebrated for its rich history,…

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COVID-19 | Coronavirus’ Days | I Hate My Mate

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   A couple we knew years ago was able to synchronize their two weeks’ vacation. “I’m dreading spending all this time with my husband, we never took more than a weekend together during our entire marriage”. Nina said. The time off went…

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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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COVID-19 | Coronavirus’ Days | Destructive Behavior

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   It is common to reward or numb ourselves with a cigarette, alcohol, and drugs of many kinds. Activities such as gambling, online porn, and sex escapades are also a normal thing to do when one feels happiness or despair. In normal…

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Gently Decaying

  Photographer and Educator Maja Strgar Kurecic is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this fine art photography.  From the ‘FLOATING GARDEN’ series.  To see Maja’s body of work, click on any image.             In my “Floating Garden” project, I wanted to show the…

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Photography | A Language To Express My Memories

  Photographer Kathleen McIntyre is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Color Me Softly’.  To see Kathleen’s body of work, click on any image.           As a young girl, I was a quiet and an observant girl, lost in…

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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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American Falls, Idaho

  Documentary, Portrait and Landscape Photographer Steve Davis is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project  ‘As American Falls’.  To see Steve’s body of work, click on any image.           As American Falls fades from my life, I find myself…

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Endless Chasing After Nothingness

  Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series   Source: An Introduction To Zen Training The Classic Text on Rinzai Zen Training By Omori Sogen Translated by Dogen Hosokawa and Roy Yoshimoto   “Crossing many mountains and rivers, Shall I some day reach land Where there is no loneliness? I…

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Flickering

  Wedding Photographer Tachpasit Kunaporn is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the ‘Neon Diary’ series.  To see Tachpasit’s body of work, click on any image.           This series is called ‘Neon Diary’ which is about passing away of my grandmother.…

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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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The Importance Of Spaying/Neutering | Cats, Dogs & Euthanasia

  Photographer Mary Shannon Johnstone is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Breeding Ignorance’.  To see Mary’s body of work, click on any image.           With this work (created in 2009) I explore the tragedy of the massive overpopulation…

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The River & I – In The Rainforest

  Photojournalist and Documentary Photographer Raphael Alves is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Riversick’.  To see Raphael ’s body of work, click on any image.           “Riversick” is a work about how people and nature share the space…

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Street Photography | The Wee Hours Of The Night

  Awakened by the stench present when the garbage truck stopped by my window, I decided to get up and go out into the night. The buildings’ lights reflect colors on the freshly washed streets.  Some people pass by on cars and bicycles, others walking.  Some still in a hurry…

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Society, Government & The Health Care System In The US

  Written by: Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   In its infancy, societies are created by collective ideals and wants.  Since the caveman, we have done better in groups as we can help each other to solve our daily problems and carry the heavy loads. As the group evolves, the…

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Americans, Spending & The Christmas Holiday

  The painful dump of Christmas sales in 2008 is over a decade old and the predictions for 2019 are astonishing.  We spent a whopping one trillion dollars last Christmas and bracing for yet another wave of debt, Americans are again predicted to surpass another trillion of dollars this season,…

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Sleeping & The Money We Spend To Doze Off

  It is estimated that 113 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders. We popped 2 billion dollars of pills, bought 16 billion dollars worth of fancy mattresses, and 1.6 billion was spent on pillows.  Sleep labs and sleep home devices are also included in a total spending of 28 billion…

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Silodrome | The Thrill, The Rush & The Cheers Keeping A Dying Sport Alive | India

  Documentary Photographer Abhirup Dasgupta is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Tryst with Death’.  To see Abhirup’s body of work, click on any image.           “No I am not afraid. To be able to ride there you need…

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Slowly Cooking The Soup

  Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series   Source: The Taoist Classics The Collected Translations of Thomas Cleary Volume Two   The Book of Balance and Harmony By Taoist Master Li Daoqun (thirteenth-century) Translated by: Thomas Cleary (1) The Source Message Of The Mystic School “When you are calm and stable,…

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The Affect Of The Angora Rabbits’ Fur On Premature Babies’ Recovery | Russia

  Editing Manager and Documentary Photographer Maria Muravieva / The Agency for Social Information, Russia is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the  ‘Angora Rabbits Project‘.  To see Maria’s body of work, click on any image.         Life saving rabbits From marketing…

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How Societies (Past & Present) Evoke Mental Illness To Obtain Control

  Written by: Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   In the race to control its citizens, past societies used the same strategies applied by individuals with abusive tendencies today. ‘Madness’ was used by authorities in the 1800’s to sway society into normality. The undesirables of that time, the poor,  the…

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Are Humans Reasonable?

  Written by: Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   ‘Reason’ separates the human race from all other species and yet our lives are flooded with components we cannot reason or even prove that exist. Validating the existence of God is probably the largest failure in the history of civilized man.…

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Death, Catholicism & My Mother’s Decisions

  Written By: Kelly Burke @ Bee Abundant   Defining What Driving is With My Mother              No one in my family will be buried. No one will decay in the earth’s soil. No one will have a designated stone or plot of land. My mother made this clear last…

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Wilson’s Strong Sense Of Community | North Carolina, USA

  Photographer Andrea Torrei  is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘HOME WILSON’.  To see Andrea’s body of work, click on any image.           The project explores the fragile side of life and the resilience of the community of…

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Strangers’ Miracles

  Photographer Jan Sturmann is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘The Miracle Portraits: In Search of the American Dreamtime’.  To see Jan’s body of work, click on any image.   Fred Alan Wolf opens chapter nine of The Dreaming Universe (1994) entitled…

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“Someone set fire to us. Everyone else died. I wasn’t there.”

  Photographer Andrej Krementschouk is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the book/project  ‘COME BURY ME’.  To see Andrej’s body of work, click on any photograph.     These are images of happy days in a Russian suburban house occupied by orphans and excerpts from the…

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Unanswered Riddles

  Fine Art Photographer and Visual Artist Jolien De Buyser is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the ‘ORPHIC’ series.  To see Jolien’s body of work, click on any photograph.           Every photo in this series has its own story. Since…

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Building Confidence Through Communication | The Importance Of Presenting Yourself

  The Millennial Male Advice Guide to Being a Man By The Hermit Poet   It is important to be able to communicate effectively as well as have an excellent understanding of sales and marketing. The wheels of commerce as well as life are moved by sales. You can be…

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The Impact Of Globalization On Indigenous People | The Integration Of Nomadic Children In Russia’s Society

  Artist, Photographer, Videographer and Writer Ikuru Kuwajima  is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the book/project ‘Tundra Kids’.  To see Ikuru’s body of work, click on any image.           In the arctic tundra of Russia, there is a boarding school…

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Artist Exposé | Depicting Poetry Through Intimate Portraits

  Photographer Monica Silva is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images. From the ‘Life Above All ’ series.  To see Monica ’s body of work, click on any photograph.         LIFE ABOVE ALL  from The Anthology of Spoon River Milan, June 2008. Life Above All…

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Ordinary Beauty | Madagascar

  Photographer Jessica Hilltout is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the ‘Imperfections’ series.  To see Jessica’s body of work, click on any photograph.           Imperfect Beauty: A Contradiction in Terms? The glimmer of a smile in a work-worn face; an…

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By Her Bedside With Friends & Family | The Day My Mother Died

  Written by: Kaitlin Oster   The Ferryman   When I moved back into my apartment for my senior year of college, I noticed a large black spot on the ceiling. I called my mom to tell her and ask what she thought I should do about it, but she…

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My Mother’s Daily Routine

  Photographer Fred Huning is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of  these photographs.  From the book/project ‘Two Mothers’.  To see Fred’s body of work, click on any image.               It all started with ›one circle‹, Fred Hüning’s moving trilogy about a still born…

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Appearances

  The Life Coaching Series Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   Searching through a slew of quotations about appearances and a person’s true nature, you may even find one of your own. When it comes to what is attractive in a mate, these well crafted warning notes still…

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A Historic Landscape Of Death & Destruction

  Written by  Mike Skele   On the TGV from Paris to Frankfurt   I hear their blood screaming, countless voices, long neglected but known and loved or despised by all who lay beside them, comrades in anguish, and yet, even they were unaware that their blood refreshed the broken…

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“There is no place like home. But if home no longer feels like home, we are lost.” | The South African Dream

  Documentary Photographer, Facilitator and Engaged Academic  Pieter de Vos is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of  this documentary photography.  From the book/project ‘HOMELANDS’.  To see Pieter’s body of work, click on any image.       LIFE ON THE EDGE OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN DREAM Homelands traces its…

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Daily Escapes | Time Games

  The Life Coaching Series Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   During your day, there is a time when your body says, “I need a break”.  You may feel anxious, tired, or blank out for a moment, but you know it is time for your second wind to…

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“I grew up thinking that I was born the wrong way.” | Family, Love & Addiction

Written by:  Kaitlin Oster   Mom’s on Fire   My hair was dragged out, root to end, everyday. “I have hair like Daddy.” “And that’s why your father keeps it short,” my mother said cooly to six year-old me as she exhaled cigarette smoke upwards to the kitchen ceiling. I…

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Youth Unemployment Struggle | Middle East & North Africa

Finding decent paying professional jobs and upward mobility is not very promising in the Middle East and North Africa. Yes, education is available, but once completing a university degree it is still difficult for a person to get on their feet. It is especially problematic for the young men trying…

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The Elusive Zen Mind

The cliff divers of Acapulco Mexico have nerves of steel and are extremely focused when performing their extraordinary aerobatic dives off the edge of the mountain, into the sea below. Yes, they have done an enormous amount of practice to reach their current state of diving perfection, but mentally they…

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“Please stay with me tonight, just in case.”

  Written by:  Kaitlin Oster   Growing up, I always feared I would lose my mother, a stubborn German who loved hard and disliked herself even harder. Some days, in the years following her death, I blamed myself, thinking my fears materialized and led to losing her. I spent 20…

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Dressing Up To Play Games | China’s Youth & Cosplaying

  Photographer Daniele Mattioli is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the ongoing  project ‘Cosplayer in China’.  To see Daniele’s body of work, click on any image.           Costume play (Cosplay) is a rapidly diversifying, yet still largely underground culture in…

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Family, Love, God & Surviving The Cancer Battle

  Documentary and Fine Art Photographer Ivanka Zagorska is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the book/project ‘Revival’.  To see Ivanka’s body of work, click on any image.         ‘Revival’ is a documentary project influenced by the tragic loss of my mother…

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Restoring The European Bison

  Documentary Photographer Adrián Domínguez is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘RESTORING BISON’.  To see Adrián’s body of work, click on any image.     EUROPEAN BISON RESTORING THE SPECIES The European bison (B.bonasus) is the largest land-based mammal in the continent…

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Sisterhood

  Photographer Katerina Kouzmitcheva is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these portraits. From the project ‘Sisters’.  To see Katerina’s body of work, click on any image.       The same parents, past, sometimes even one bed and clothes. All these factors are unlikely to say what kind…

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One Hell Of A Ride | A Photographer’s Story Of Immersion In Custom Bike Culture | Los Angeles, USA

  Street Photographer Andy Hann is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Metal To The Pedal’.  To see Andy’s body of work, click on any image.         As I was wrapping up a 2 year photo essay on Hollywood Boulevard,…

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“Dad is teaching us how to die.” | A Photographer’s Intimate Story Of Grief & Sorrow

  Photographer and Writer Josh Neufeld is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Meeting Mortality’.  To see Josh’s body of work, click on any image.       The idea for this project germinated at a family reunion over the holidays. Aunts, uncles…

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Death & A Methodical Cremation Ritual With A 3,000-Year-Old Pyre | Manikarnika Ghat

  Photographer Madhur Dhingra is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Tandav | The Dance Of Death’.  To see Madhur’s body of work, click on any image.         An Enigma Called Death Death has always fascinated me along with the…

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Garden Book Review | Vegetables | How to Select, Grow and Enjoy By Derek Fell

Gardening is very popular all over the world. Some grow to feed their families, while others grow not just for fresh fruit and vegetables, but also grow ornamental plants and for the enjoyment of having a home garden. Putting one’s hands into the soil brings about a large amount of…

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Cookbook Review | Scottish Heritage Food and Cooking By Carol Wilson & Christopher Trotter

  This book was hand-picked for review, from The Hermit Poet’s International Cookbook Collection.     Book Review: With salmon front and center, the recipes in this book introduce the reader to a Scottish Cuisine that is diverse and unique.  Venison and game are part of the many meat options…

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Hidden Away From Society | Romania’s Disabled People

  Documentary & Street Photographer Oliver Merce is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.  From the project ‘For You’.  To see Oliver’s body of work, click on any image.         I first took notice of disabled people when I was a child.…

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Aging | Acceptance

  Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series   By: Chuang Tzu (c. 369 BC-c. 286 BC)   The Great Deception The birth of man is the birth of his sorrow. The longer he lives, the more stupid he becomes, because his anxiety to avoid unavoidable death becomes more and…

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How Changes Guide Our Existence | Rebirth, Self & Enlightenment

  Photographer Madhur Dhingra is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Suññatā – The Great Void’.  To see Madhur’s body of work, click on any image.         My interest in the Indian saint Shakyamuni or Gautama Siddartha (563 or 566…

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Baikal’s Shamans | Their Stories & Path Of Self Discovery

  Documentary Photographer Alina Desyatnichenko is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Baikal of Wonders’.  To see Alina’s body of work, click on any image.   The land of Baikal region in Russia has always been sacred for the local indigenous peoples –…

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Women | Their Memories, Emotions & Intimate Portraits

  Photographer and Art Historian Eleonora Pecorella is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this  documentary photography.  From the project ‘WOMEN’S ENERGY’.  To see Eleonora’s body of work, click on any image.   My mother was a feminist, and I grew up in Italy in the seventies surrounded by…

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Elderly & Isolated In Siberia | The Stories Of Former Female Reindeer Herders

  Photographer Oded Wagenstein is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘LIKE LAST YEAR’S SNOW’.  To see Oded’s body of work, click on any image.       In the remote village of Yar-Sale in Northern Siberia, live a group of elderly women.…

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Gold And The U.S. Dollar

Over the last decade and more, gold bugs insisted that gold was going to shoot up to stratospheric heights.  The constant hype that every person needed to convert as much of their paper money into gold was ridicules to say the least. Do not misunderstand me, purchasing gold before the…

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The Vibe Of Sydney, Australia

  Photographer Sam Ferris is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this article.  From the project ‘In visible light ’.  To see Sam’s body of work, click on any image.         In visible light  is a personal street photography project shot between 2013 and the present…

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Freemasonry | A Global Society With Secrets

  Documentary Photographer and Filmmaker Juliane Herrmann is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the book/project ‘Man among Men’.  To see  Juliane’s body of work, click on any image.         “Man among Men” searches for an alternative perspective on the discreet society…

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Globalization Class Warfare

The world economy is rapidly becoming much more high tech and commercialized. An enormous amount of people have been lifted out of poverty and are experiencing a higher standard of living. They have access to more consumer goods that allow for a more comfortable existence. Whether one is for or…

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Farm Workers & Their Labor Conditions | Brazil

  Retired Professor and Photographer Antonio Mozeto is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Rural Life’.  To see Antonio’s body of work, click on any image.           I have an umbilical link with rural workers. I am the son of…

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New York City’s Chinatown & The Impact Of Modernization

  Photographer Dimitri Mellos is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.  From the project ‘Chinatown’.  To see Dimitri’s body of work, click on any image.           New York City’s Chinatown is just about the only neighborhood in Manhattan that still retains…

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Between Science & Imagination

  Photographer Mar Martín is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the multimedia project ‘A.L.M.A’.  To see Mar’s body of work, click on any photograph.           A.L.M.A. At the end of 2013, a high-resolution image of the coldest place we know in…

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The Struggles Of A Woman Re-entering Society After Decades Of Incarceration

  Public Defender and Photographer Sara Bennett is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.  From the ‘Life after life in prison’ project.  To see Sara’s body of work, click on any image.    “I have to go to three state-mandated programs. I like my individual…

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What Does It Mean To Be English?

  Photographer and Poet Julia Katharina Keil  is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.  From the project ‘There Will Always Be An England’.  To see Julia’s body of work click on any image.     For three weeks, I skimmed the surface of culture, identity…

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