Posts Tagged: love in the age of intolerance

Love In The Age Of Intolerance VIII

THAILAND // OCTOBER 2016

Love In The Age Of Intolerance VII

POLAND // OCTOBER 2016

Love In The Age Of Intolerance VI

THAILAND // NOVEMBER 2016

Love In The Age Of Intolerance V

When Burmese teenagers go out on a date, they often visit local temples. There they sit dreamily holding hands, the matching jackets or shirts adding some cute poignancy to the scene, quite in contrast to the harsh daily realities they are likely to face.

BURMA // NOVEMBER 2015

Love In The Age Of Intolerance IV

Penang lovers.

MALAYSIA // APRIL 2003

 

Love in the Age of Intolerance III

Train, train, comin’ down, down the line
Train, train, comin’ down, down the line
Well, it’s bringin’ my baby ’cause she’s mine, all mine
She’s mine, all mine

‘Mystery Train’ – Elvis Presley

INDIA // JULY 2016

Love in the Age of Intolerance II

“Marseilles isn’t a city for tourists. There’s nothing to see. Its beauty can’t be photographed. It can only be shared. It’s a place where you have to take sides, be passionately for or against. Only then can you see what there is to see. And you realize, too late, that you’re in the middle of a tragedy. An ancient tragedy in which the hero is death. In Marseilles, even to lose you have to know how to fight.”

Jean-Claude Izzo

FRANCE // JULY 2015

Love In The Age Of Intolerance

“When a man opens a car door for his wife, it’s either a new car or a new wife.” – Prince Philip

POLAND // OCTOBER 2016

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