Monthly Archive for March, 2016


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This is @zoralnaik from Pakistan taking over @burndiary for this week in the most exciting city of the country – Karachi. As I passed the washed away boat in my previous post, I looked back to find my most intresting discovery at beach so far. The locals providing cheap and instant photography services to the tourists had opened their own mini studio in the boat’s orlop deck! We Pakistanis are surely good at adapting to our surroundings but this was something else!#karachi#seaview#abandonedboats#hacks#photographers#pakistaniphotographers#burnmagazine#desistyle#dawndotcom


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Hello everyone! This is @zoralnaik from Karachi, Pakistan. Really excited about @burndiary giving me an opportunity to share my city with you guys. Known as the city of lights, Karachi is the economic hub and the main seaport of Pakistan, and is also the most cosmopolitan city in the country. During this week I plan to take you to the places I visit most frequently, hoping you can accompany me in my daily life and experience bits and pieces of Karachi through my eyes.This one is from ‘Sea view’ beach , having the privilege of living close to the coast I was always find my self here when I need to wear a thinking hat. We might not have the clearest of waters but still pretty proud of it!#karachi#seaview#coast#beach #seascape#abandonedboats#pakistanflag#kids#sightseeing#zoralnaik#burnmagazine#dawndotcom#panospictures#gettyimages




Work on my fictionalized most likely controversial BeachGames book continues. Some of this story is in my head in advance and some of it pops out of reality. Blurred lines as usual. The characters here chose the pose. Real life boyfriend/girlfriend. My days and nights are getting interesting to be sure. Stay tuned #fujixpro2 #beachlife #springbreak




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Farewell from Glenturret. Goodbye everyone, this is the last post from @kierandodds on @burndiary’s journey to Scotland.Back in my old stomping ground where I learned my love of the landscape. Thank you for watching, follow my personal account for more vignettes of life in Scotland. Thanks @diegorlando @davidalanharvey for the excuse to explore.#scotland #highlands #recreation #lost #found #invention #innovation #everydayuk #iphone6 #family #community ll #myth #folklore #culture #connections #iphoneonly @panospictures

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Ice cream weather, GlasgowHello everyone, this is @kierandodds taking @burndiary to Scotland.This made me want an ice-cream. The ‘permacloud’ covers Glasgow most of the year so you don’t wait for the sun to have an ice-cream. Regardless of weather or season or mood, ice-cream is acceptable. #scotland #glasgow #weather #recreation #lost #found #invention #innovation #everydayuk #iphone6 #family #community ll #myth #folklore #culture #connections #iphoneonly @panospictures


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Confluence, Glasgow. Hello everyone, this is @kierandodds taking @burndiary to Scotland.Zaha Hadid’s Riverside Museum at the confluence of river Kelvin and Clyde, Glasgow.#scotland #highlands #recreation #lost #found #invention #innovation #everydayuk #iphone6 #family #community ll #myth #folklore #culture #connections #iphoneonly @panospictures

Daniel Tchetchik – Sunburn


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“The next day he woke me up at 4:30 in the morning to watch the sun rise over the Sea of Galilee – the most beautiful sunrise in the world, he assured me. We sat on the shore and waited. At five o’clock the sun came up. By 5:15 it was trying to kill me, at 5:30 it succeeded, and I’ve been dead ever since.” – Meir Shalev

Sunburn is a body of work which explores the effects of the warming climate on the human condition. Sunburn approaches the element of light not in a romantic manner, but rather through an approach that aspires to reflect the essence of its source. A sun that warms and burns, comforts and wounds, hurts and heals. “SunBurn” explores the relationship between the photographer and his country, Israel, through the narrative of heat. It is a regional story that also aims to raise awareness and questions regarding global warming, our dwindling resources and how the desertification in the region has influenced the global balance. Photographing throughout the country in the months leading up to the 2014 war in Gaza, during the war and in the months after, Tchetchik conveys the often contradictory effects of the Middle Eastern climate on the physical and metaphysical landscape – a sun that warms, nurtures and comforts, burns, strikes and scars. A source that disregards borders and without discrimination, affects us all.




Daniel Tchetchik is a staff photographer and the chief editor of the photography blog of “Haaretz” Newspaper. He has displayed his personal works in leading museums and galleries in Israel as well as on international stages in NYC, San Francisco and India. Tchetchik’s works are part of the collections of The Museum of Tel-Aviv, The Museum of Ramat-Gan, The Peter Blum Gallery, The Marc Rich Foundation, the French Institute, R2M Tchetchik divides his time between personal projects and documentary assignments, many times each approach provides inspiration for the other. His photographs have appeared in the New York Times , Frankfurter Allgemeine, National Geographic, Myself Magazine, Haaretz Newspaper and more.

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8 year old Kennedy Basora is learning to surf at Jobos beach on the west side of Puerto Rico. Today wouldn’t normally be a good surf day with an onshore wind but the Jobos Rock blocks the wind so the swell wraps around and was giving both experts and learners good rides. The rest of us were drinking rum punch on one of the most laid back surf spots around. I can see already I won’t get out of town any time soon. #fujixpro2 #puertorico #Jobos #surfing

Half price

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Half price shows, Blair Atholl. Hello everyone, this is @kierandodds taking @burndiary to Scotland.Highland fashion from the waist down. Not everyone wears the kilt. #scotland #highlands #recreation #lost #found #invention #innovation #everydayuk #iphone6 #family #community ll #myth #folklore #culture #connections #iphoneonly @panospictures