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Saw mill 'De Gekroonde Poelenburg' at a stormy sunrise
Miller Ruud Nieuwhof rowing towards oil mill 'De Zoeker'
Ruud Nieuwhof pours freshly crafted oil into a bucket in the presence of his son Kenzy inside oil mill 'De zoeker'
Portrait of miller Ruud Nieuwhof
Miller Sjors van Leeuwen reading 'De Enkhuizer Almanak', also called the miller's bible. It contains information about the coming year, such as an extensive calendar with holidays and markets, astronomical data and weather forecasts
Miller Simon van der Meer turns the windmill into the wind
Miller Abel Blom empties a bucket of grinded linseed on the pre-heating stove
Miller Abel Blom feels the temperature of the grinded linseed and crushes the chunks
Miller Tim Doeves lifts a tree trunk from the Zaan river
When the tree is lifted out of the water miller Tim Doeves starts peeling the tree
After the tree is fully peeled miller Tim Doeves starts preparing the tree on the sled for sawing inside sawmill 'Het Jonge Schaap'
Fully operating on wind power the saws are cutting the tree
When he is not at school he loves helping his dad, miller Bart Nieuwenhuijs, with grinding barley inside the hulling mill 'Het Prinsenhof'
Miller Paul Buurmans checks the quality of the ground flour inside flour mill 'De Bleeke Dood'
Miller Arie Butterman hangs a sheet of Zaansch Bord (rag paper) to dry inside paper mill 'De Schoolmeester', the last fully operational paper mill in the world
Miller Anton Pegels stirs the grinded linseed on the pre-heating stove inside oil mill 'Het Pink'
Mountain Men Todd Daggett with his horse on the trail during sunset
Portrait of Mountain Men Nathan Blanchard
The lodge is a 4 pole Flathead (Salish) style. Often, several trappers would get together and purchase one, and use it as their “winter quarters”. Lodge is property of Rod Douglas. Booshway of the Flathead party, N. W. Montana
Mountain Men Nathan Blanchard and his dog Mukwa on the trail near the Flatland River, Columbia Falls, Montana. Nathan is carrying an early 62 cal Virginia smooth rifle. The dog pack on Mukwa’s back is made out of cow leather and contains pemmican, jerky, smoked bear meat, a copper cup, and a small fry pan
Mountain Men Duane ‘Badger’ Richardson and James Chandler on the trail through the Uintah County. The massive natural sandstone arch is about 85 feet in length, about 40 feet above the sandy ground. It is in the same Navajo Sandstone as many of the great arches of Southern Utah
Mountain Men Duane ‘Badger’ Richardson resting inside a bushcraft shelter. These shelter becomes especially important in extreme environments, such as the harsh cold where shelter is needed to hold in warmth and block wind, or the harsh heat where it is needed to provide shade
Mountain Men Jamie Laws (left) and Jesse Rogers (right) hunting. Jesse is carying a Tennessee flintlock rifle, Jamie’s rifle is a Northwest Trade gun
The explosion a flintlock rifle gives when firing
Mountain Men Garrett Macadams skinning a beaver. There are several methods, one is scraping the flesh off the skin by the use of a blunt knife
The aftermath of skinning
Mountain Men Jim Wilson carying a 50 calliber Pennsylvania rifle issac Haynes at the break of dawn
Mountain Men Jim Wilson on the hunt
Portrait of Mountain Men ‘Tracker’ leaning on a “Transitional” Plains rifle. The eastern long hunters and some plainsmen carried what most call “Kentucky” or “Pennsylvania” full stock rifles
Mountain Men Keith Syers and Jim Wilson crossing a river on their horses. One of the reasons Mountain Men would cross a river is to cover up their tracks while evading hostiles. Riding a creek would have made tracking two men on horseback much more difficult
Portrait of young Caleb Agee holding a handmade scraper made from old files and gun barrels. The scraper is used for dry-scraping the hair and upper epidermis from a bison hide
A display of the gear that a Mountain Man carries on the trail. This includes knives, rifles and accessories, traps, blankets and more
A documentation of a hospital during a global pandemic
Following the renowned violinist, Edmond Fokker van Crayestein, in his final hours before he departs to New York City for one of his grand performances at the legendary Carnegie Hall
Ernesth Maldonado, 79 years, employee at a cigar plantation. After the harvest the leaves go into a drying proces of five months before they can roll the actual cigars (Las Ovas, Cuba)
Álvaro Marquez is 71 years old. Working as local farmer with his bulls Fortress & Avenger (Santa Cruz de los Pinos, Cuba)
Raul Castenada, 48 years (Puerta de Golpe, Cuba)
Luis Ernesto Coverrubias, 84 years old (Puerta de Golpe, Cuba)
Xavier Lozano right after a training match in the legendary boxing gym Gimnasio de Boxeo Rafael Trejo (Havana, Cuba)
Alan Soroba & Michael Lazaro hiding in the shadows after a training session in the legendary boxing gym Gimnasio de Boxeo Rafael Trejo (Havana, Cuba)
Pro 180 backpack
London based actor, model and tailor Raashid Hooks photographed at the Rudloe Arms, United Kingdom
Just for Her campaign
DJ's Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano
DJ Nicky Romero
2013 category winner 'Close-Up'
The most beautiful and largest sauna, beauty and wellness resorts in the Netherlands
Dutch comedian, author and television presenter Arjan Lubach with the 'Gouden Televizier-Ring'
Dutch actor, Erik Vogel
Angela Schijf with her award: 'Best Actrice'
Boer Gerrit (Farmer Gerrit), 75 years old, is about the last farmer in Usselo, the Netherlands, to do it the old-fashioned way. There used to be 80 around the area, now he is the last one. The images are a look at the everyday life of Gerrit and his son Erwin to show future generations how old farming was done
Following the iconic Schorem Barber, Robert Rietveld a.k.a. The Bloody Butcher, through a night across Rotterdam
Each story can be interpreted in multiple ways. Why is he running away and from whom? Which story do you see in this cinematic photo series?