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Zsolt Repasy
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Freelance humanitarian and travel photographer - zsoltrepasy.com
Freelance humanitarian and travel photographer - zsoltrepasy.com

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(Not so) Recent reportage on the Buso festivities from Mohacs 
http://zsoltrepasy.com/portfolio/photos/poklade-buso-vs-winter/

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Lagos is well-known and infamous for its “go-slows” which means traffic jams in Broken / Pidgin English. You can easily spend hours in the car without reaching your destination within the city. I’m not saying Lagos is all about traffic jams, as not the whole city is like that, but certainly there are areas and times of the week when you should only sit in your car if you really have to. Don’t forget that the city has about 20 million, yes million! residents, and the roads weren’t designed to cope with such huge number of people and cars. Anyway, during spending so many long hours riding cars in Lagos I figured that I shouldn’t look at this time as wasted, so I started to snap photos to share the atmosphere of these rides. This is one of them.  (http://zsoltrepasy.com/lagos-and-the-go-slow/)
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Lights and colours // Bought a bottle of cold drink from an vendor on the #KasuwanMagani #market, between #Kajuru and #Kaduna. The vendor invited me to enter the hut. It was nice to sit in and chill on a bench after the whole day walk and hike. Just like many spots in the country, this small hut was also multifunctional. It served as a tiny community place where people sat in to talk and have a refreshing drink, and looks like if you needed a tailor, this was your lucky spot as well.
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Lights and colours // Bought a bottle of cold drink from an vendor on the #KasuwanMagani #market, between #Kajuru and #Kaduna. The vendor invited me to enter the hut. It was nice to sit in and chill on a bench after the whole day walk and hike. Just like many spots in the country, this small hut was also multifunctional. It served as a tiny community place where people sat in to talk and have a refreshing drink, and looks like if you needed a tailor, this was your lucky spot as well.
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