The Birds Below by James Agombar

Atlas Mountains, Morocco. 2015 The sweat-box of Marrakesh seemed like another world when we had reached a few days into the trek. Suddenly it was cool, refreshing, and at this point I had to put my rainproof jacket on for the first time since entering […]

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Best of 2019: Kaori Fujimoto

Taipei Streets (with a Japanese Eye) Taiwan You wake up to the pattering of rain against the windows. It is June, the rainy season, the month of rat-colored skies when humidity alternates with a chill in the Japanese archipelago, your homeland. I need a vacation, […]

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Best of 2019: Danny Burdett

Cinerama Los Angeles, USA If you find yourself in Los Angeles with no more pressing decisions than where you shall take your first meal of the day, which film you will see and where… if you are the beneficiary of this unaccountable good fortune, you […]

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Best of 2019: Steve Brouillette

Fire The West, USA You have a task, requiring an immediate decision. How you engage is going to determine action and comes with its own parameters. There’s more traffic than the Tac can handle. It’s no longer organized chaos. It’s out of hand, but not […]

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