What makes Goans Goan. Ol’ Bertie Russell would approve.
Category Archives: Portrait
Faces of Goa. We saw the lone figure tending to his buffaloes in the village of Anconem, north Goa, on a rainy afternoon. Krishna was equipped with his sickle and a rain cover made of sack cloth, known in Konkani as kaambol, traditionally worn by those who exert their limbs for a living.
Life in a remote locale. Trékyllisvík is a remote bay on the Strandir coast of Iceland that 17 souls call home. To the casual eye it is the definition of an idyll – and in some ways it is. But life here can be harsh and very lonely. On this foggy afternoon, a significant portion […]