Sometimes you come across one of the really good ones though. I just met one of them, and his name is Fredrik Gille. He works as a freelance drummer, traveling around the world, playing with people who needs his rhythm. During his travels he also takes pictures of people and places, and this post will be about his pictures. So, without babbling any more, here are some of my favorites. I hope you appreciate them as much as I do...
Angkor Wat, Cambodia.
Small village in the Mekong delta, Vietnam.
The Blue Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey.
Children looking from the slum on their wealthy neighbors. The Koreil slum in Dhaka, Bangladesh, is the largest slum in the capital city and is home to more than 40.000 people. Just on the other side of the small lake is the wealthy neighborhood Gulshan.
Children in a small school in the Korail slum, Dhaka, Bangladesh. The school was established by Mr. Aminul Hoque "Babul", who himself grew up in the slum, and is part of the Glory Friendship Social Welfare network.
Tea maker in Algeria Sahara. Tamanrasset, Algeria.
Egyptian dancer Mohammed Shafik.
Canadian dancer Leon Feizo-Gas.
Los Andes, Bolivia.
If you want to see more, visit Fredrik's web site, or his Facebook page - which is were I got all the photos and picture information for this post.