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Setting or Rising?

If you just have a glance it can be hard to tell.

Sweden, 2012

Fortunately for us we can still choose whether we are rising or setting. I hope we choose wisely.

What Remains

How many waterways do we have left to spoil?

Sometimes it’s hard to understand what we’re looking at until we can’t see it anymore.

Cuba, 2010.

The Road We Are Taking Should Be Less Taken

Just where is the road of development taking us? Should we stop and ask for direction or keep barreling forward recklessly?

Rural Bridge, Hungary 2009.

For a species obsessed with history we don’t seem to learn much from it.

A young boy looks up from sorting fish in a local market.

Our History In Our Herbs

We became who we are as a society because of farming.

A Masai farmer tends his crops which are used to make anti-malaria medication.

But as we continue to urbanize will we lose this important link to who we are and where we come from?

Forest conservation. Germany 2006.

The Nurture of Nature

As a documentarian I spend a great deal of time photographing people. But humanity exists withing a much larger context. This week I’ll share some of my images of the natural world and us within it.

Farmers tend to flowers as part of a UNDP funded development project.

Feel The Power

Going to a Pentecostal church service is as much an aural experience as it is a visual one. So here’s a short multimedia piece I created to give you a sense of the sights and the sounds of these places.

Speaking In Tongues from Damaso Reyes on Vimeo.

Together, Alone

It always amazes me to observe the interplay between the solitary act of prayer and the communal acts of worship that often occur in different churches.

Kiev, Ukraine

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Kiev, Ukraine

The Long Arc

At what point does tradition lose its meaning and become repetition?

Good Friday, Barcelona

How deeply is deep enough?

Church service, Barcelona.

The Next Generation

Children are the true lifeblood of any faith.

Sabbath, Hameln, Germany

So I always keep my eyes open for them.

The Cardinal of Berlin greets his flock.

The Faces of Faith

Here in Spain we’ve just finished Easter and of course we’ve also just begun Passover. So what better time than to post some images of the way religious faith is manifested here in [...]