Press: Bonobos Guidebooks – Lalibela, Ethiopia. All images ©Jason Florio

  By Danielle Pergament / Bonobos Photos by Jason Florio ‘The drive in is a killer. The roads are vertical and, while technically, they’re paved, if you think of them like dirt roads you’ll be less surprised by the bumps and holes. If you drive at night, like I did, you’re an idiot…‘  ‘Lalibela, a Far Off Place Well WorthContinue reading “Press: Bonobos Guidebooks – Lalibela, Ethiopia. All images ©Jason Florio”

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Tuesday Photo: Portrait of young knife trader, Uganda ©Jason Florio

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Doors and Facades – Malta

In traditional Japanese aesthetics, Wabi-sabi (侘寂) is a world-view centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfection.The aesthetic is sometimes described as one of beauty that is “imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete”      On my frequent meanderings around the streets of this small Mediterranean island, I regularly come across sites, such as these. Beautifully decaying doors and facades – portals to anotherContinue reading “Doors and Facades – Malta”

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