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Katie Sasha Nadworny
Writer and film photographer. Contributor . Insatiably curious. Constantly delighted. My heart beats for culture, concrete, and all things analog.
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Katie Sasha Nadworny 17h
Balat buzzes on weekends with these antique store auctions, drawing crowds clambering for kitsch and people like me who just want to watch the weird.
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Irène DB Nov 14
An extreme form of 'kamikaze loggias', informal structures characteristic of post-Soviet Tbilisi. Anarchic, vernacular extensions of Soviet buildings have been created since the 1990s, and now preside over the collective cityscape of the Georgian capital. ph: Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk
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Katie Sasha Nadworny Nov 14
I’m still discovering strange little corners of Istanbul, like the Japanese Gardens tucked up the Bosphorus near Emirgan Park.
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Astro Poets Nov 11
Week of 11/11 in Taurus: You hold tight to a set of things always. Sometimes for good and sometimes for bad. Once you start you can’t stop holding on. Maybe for a while, stop.
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Katie Sasha Nadworny Nov 7
Replying to @kjovano
truly a masterpiece
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Katie Sasha Nadworny Nov 7
Replying to @yomadic
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Katie Sasha Nadworny Nov 7
Replying to @yomadic
Lol
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Katie Sasha Nadworny Nov 6
Replying to @dalia_mortada
I don’t think it’s ready for this belly
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Katie Sasha Nadworny Nov 6
My second piece with from Zanzibar, for : Mariam Hamdani bought a pile of instruments and set out to teach the women of Zanzibar to play traditional taarab music in Zanzibar's only all-female band.
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Katie Sasha Nadworny Nov 5
Our long afternoon walks, waiting for the sun.
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Katie Sasha Nadworny Nov 4
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Katie Sasha Nadworny Nov 3
Somewhere between autumn and winter.
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Katie Sasha Nadworny Nov 2
And then we finally saw the big blue sky, and the mountains seemed to stretch up scrape it.
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Katie Sasha Nadworny Nov 1
I’m loving these days of brisk walks and big smiles, under those ever-present mountains.
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Katie Sasha Nadworny Oct 31
Replying to @eggbonez
HAHA
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Katie Sasha Nadworny Oct 31
From Portuguese Jews! The more you know!--> How Fish and Chips Migrated to Great Britain
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Katie Sasha Nadworny Oct 31
And then we woke up to snow.
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Katie Sasha Nadworny Oct 30
Replying to @ryanwright
haha not exactly what I meant, but touché
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Katie Sasha Nadworny Oct 30
I’ve managed to see these two quite a lot this year— not as much as when they were my neighbors, but still frequently, and in beautiful places. Lucky me.
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Katie Sasha Nadworny Oct 30
it’s hard watching the entire world turn into rhinoceroses
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