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A Life Apart
Photograph by Mohd Irman Ismail

“The Sanskrit term sadhu (‘good man’) refers to renouncers who have chosen to live a life apart from or on the edges of society to focus on their own spiritual practice,” writes Mohd Irman Ismail, who made this portrait in Kathmandu, Nepal. “I was visiting Pashupatinath Temple and saw this lone sadhu relaxing near the bank of the river that passed through the temple. I smiled at him and gestured at the camera, asking for his permission, and he nodded. I lifted the camera and captured him with [this] deep and steely look.”
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Lighting the Night
Photograph by Fabio Mancat

“We arrived in Hoi An right after Typhoon Haiyan had hit the Vietnamese coast,” writes Mancat. “The streets in the old part of the city were flooded for several days, and people were using small speed boats to move around. Others were simply trying to push the water out from their homes and shops. Eventually we could ‘walk’ to the city center, where life had started again and shops reopened. There was a full moon that night, and young girls in colorful pink traditional dresses were selling candles to honor their ancestors and bring good luck.”
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Cycling photos from Telford Toothpaste Hell Of The Wrekin 2015
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Holding Fast
Photograph by Syed Hassan

Light and smoke commingle to cast a misty glow over devotees during Rakher Upobash, a Hindu fasting festival, in Bangladesh. This is what lured Syed Hassan to photograph the scene. But he was also drawn to the expressions of the devotees. No matter which religion is practiced, “I love to capture the feeling,” he writes.
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Hooded members of the "Los Estudiantes" brotherhood gather in church during the Easter procession in Sevilla, Spain, on March 31.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: CRISTINA QUICLER / AFP
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Corazón del Fuego
Photograph by Andrew Shepard

Wanting to get a closer look at Fuego, a highly active volcano in Guatemala, Andrew Shepard hiked the adjacent Acatenango Volcano and camped near the summit. “Under the moonlight I set my tripod up just outside the tent, and at around 1:30 a.m. we awoke to the rumbling of the ground and the sound of a breath-stealing explosion,” Shepard writes. “I scrambled to the camera just in time [to] capture a moonlit and lava-covered Fuego as it put on this beautiful display of activity and power."
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A egret stands in a tree at sunset in China
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The Searcher
Photograph by Carlo Mogavero

A lone rider is dwarfed by the immensity of Utah’s Monument Valley. Carlo Mogavero had the benefit of a clear day and an iconic setting but, he writes, his shot was missing a subject. “Suddenly a cowboy started to climb the cliff, and I began to hope that the guy was going to reach the right position,” he writes. “I waited for a while, and luckily the cowboy went [onto] the rock.” For Mogavero, the scene evoked the classic Western films of Sergio Leone and John Ford, once viewed on a black-and-white television.
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An Iranian boy flies a kite during the ancient festival of Sizdeh Bedar, an annual public picnic day on the 13th day of the Iranian new year, at the Pardisan Park in Tehran, Iran. Iranians flocked to parks and wilderness on Thursday to mark the ancient festival, a legacy from pre-Islamic era, in the last day of Persian New Year holidays.
Picture: AP/Vahid Salemi
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Chasing Rainbows
Photograph by Myriam Casper

“I was inside my car as the ferry was getting ready to dock, [and] I see people's faces looking in one direction, in awe, toward the sea,” writes Your Shot member Myriam Casper, who was traveling from Nanaimo on Vancouver Island to mainland Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. “So I grabbed my camera, went to check out what they were looking at, and then saw this perfect double rainbow in front of me.” Casper fought crowds of people on the ferry’s deck to get the shot over Horseshoe Bay. “It’s almost as if we [were] approaching a portal to another planet.”
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Ladder trucks from Lebanon, Ore., Corvallis, Ore., and Albany, Ore., battle a fire that destroyed the cafeteria of South Albany High School early Wednesday. There was no immediate report of injuries or what caused the fire.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: MARK YLEN / ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD
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A snow covered tractor sits in a field near Mt. Vernon, Iowa
Picture: REUTERS/Jim Young
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RDP Photography is acknowledged by many to be one of the leading providers of photographic coverage at sporting and social events. RDP Photography is able to cover events throughout the West Midlands and beyond.


Many photographers are creative and passionate. Many are professional, reliable and honest. Very few are all of these - I am one of them.


Many photographers are creative and passionate. Many are professional, reliable and honest. Very few are all of these - I am one of them.


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The world of multi-media, around us every second of our waking lives, is developing at a staggering pace. Such mind-blowing evolution is exciting, with new technologies and developments being launched on what often seems like a daily basis. It's difficult to keep up. However, such proliferation of visual effects means that some inevitably die out.


One form of media, however, remains timeless. Still images are non-obtrusive, allowing the onlooker to intimately discover all the qualities of the image at their leisure, while developing their own unique and personal interpretation of the piece before them. They are there to be enjoyed, and will always be so.


WHO


I count myself as being very fortunate to have already experienced and enjoyed a wide range of cultures, lifestyles and backgrounds during my first 40 years. From the slums of Rio de Janeiro through to the most wealthy of European capitals, I have lived, breathed and worked in these vastly different environments. This has led me to appreciate and understand how different societies and people work, what makes them tick, and more importantly, how best to capture their unique, life changing moments.


My family and I live on the Shropshire / Staffordshire border and love the delights the area brings. Any spare moments are enjoyed through my other passion of cycling.

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Great pictures, very friendly. Very happy to recommend