Hidden Nature

May 13, 2016 § Leave a comment

“Hidden nature is secret God”  
Sri Aurobindo

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ENG/ In the picture, a beautiful hummingbird is hiding between the branches of the Monteverde Cloud Forest in Costa Rica. You can see our full story here.

ESP/ En la foto, un bello colibrí se esconde entre el ramaje del Bosque Nuboso de Monteverde, en Costa Rica. Puedes ver nuestro reportaje completo aquí.

Photo © Nano Calvo

Spring is sure to follow

May 6, 2016 § Leave a comment

“No matter how long the Winter,
Spring is sure to follow.”

— Proverb

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Photo © Nano Calvo
San Carlos, Ibiza, Spain 2009

Steve McCurry at the Mücsarnok

April 7, 2016 § Leave a comment

First of our features from Hungary on Inusualia. We begin with an article on Steve McCurry´s exhibition at the Műcsarnok of Budapest, also our tribute to an essential figure of contemporary photography. You may read it here.

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Primer reportaje en Inusualia de nuestro viaje por Hungría. Empezamos con la exposición de Steve McCurry en el Mücsarnok, en Budapest, homenajeando de paso a una figura esencial de la fotografía contemporánea. Puedes verlo aquí.

Photos © Nano Calvo

For more of Steve McCurry´s Work:

The Iconic Photographs
Untold, the Story Behind the Photographs
Portraits
India
The Path to Buddha, a Tibetan Pilgrimage

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April 2, 2016 § Leave a comment

Picturesque, Hogwartesque and Draculesque Vajdahunyad Castle, and its reflection, in Budapest, Hungary. More photos on Instagram.

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El Pintoresco, Hogwartesco y Draculesco castillo de Vajdahunyad, y su reflejo, en Budapest, Hungría. Más fotos en Instagram.

Photo © Nano Calvo

Old Intercom in Budapest

April 2, 2016 § Leave a comment

There is something about this intercom, at a dilapidated house in a suburb of Budapest, which inspires me fascination and respect, at the same time. Probably those names that speak of long and arduous lives and remind me that everything is temporary and transient.

We have spent five exhausting and intense days travelling across Hungary, an amazing country where we have been fortunate to photograph rare events and places, meeting great people who undoubtedly we will see again. Soon, more photos and reports on Inusualia and our social sites (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram)

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Hay algo en este portero automático, al pie de una vetusta casa de un barrio de Budapest, que me fascina y me inspira un profundo respeto, al mismo tiempo. Probablemente sean esos nombres que parecen hablar de vidas largas y arduas y me recuerdan que todo es temporal y pasajero.

Hemos pasado cinco agotadores e intensos días en Hungría, recorriendo un país increíble con la suerte de fotografiar eventos y lugares poco frecuentes y de conocer gente que, sin duda, volveremos a ver. Pronto, más fotos y reportajes en Inusualia y en las redes sociales (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram).

Photo © Nano Calvo

The Sloth, In Praise of Slowness

March 17, 2016 § Leave a comment

Dear English speaking friends, feel invited to check my first video for Inusualia, filmed in Costa Rica. In this case, I use the paused beauty of a sloth to reflect, in less than a minute, about the possibility of enjoying life without having to compete and always hurrying.

If you enjoy it, please give a like, share and remember to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and, now, also on Youtube. Thanks!

Puedes ver la versión en español aquí.

Destroying nature is destroying life

March 14, 2016 § Leave a comment

I have to share this magnificent work, created by Grabarz & Partner for Robin Wood, to denounce a sad reality. View more about “Destroying nature is destroying life” campaign here.

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No puedo evitar compartir este magnífico trabajo, creado por la agencia Grabarz & Partner para Robin Wood, con el fin de denunciar una triste realidad. Ver más sobre la campaña “Destruir la naturaleza es destruir la vida” aquí.

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