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Yaks at Gorak Shep, Nepal. Recorded by Amandine Pras, this sound was recorded at 3am, April 5, 2011. Gorak Shep is the last village before Everest Base Camp.... more
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New York. GetTogether #2 takes place on Monday, May 2 at 8pm in WhiteBox. The evening includes 'Round and About New York, a panorama of sounds created by a group of NYU students. A talk on River Listening by Leah Barclay, Australian composer and researcher. And the first experiments with Soundspace, an ensemble of musicians improvising with Bernie Krause's great animal orchestra ... more
Balance / Unbalance coming up.
The current theme of the slideshow gallery is the diversity of places around the world in which people live.
The individual images will change from time to time. If you have an image that fits this theme, please send it to us.
The theme will change from time to time. If you have a suggestion for a theme, please contact us.
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The current images
Tokyo. 2008. At night near Shimbashi Station. Photo by Joel Chadabe.
Yangon, Myanmar. 2015. Photo by Christina Viola Oorebeek. "I was just traveling, interested to see what
the country was like, after having been pretty much closed off for decades ... more
New York. 2014. Looking north on 6th Avenue from West 4th Street. Photo by Joel Chadabe.
Shanghai. 2014. Photo by Omid Burgin.
Roma. 2014. Joel Chadabe. The Tiber River flows through Rome in serpentine curves, but this photo, taken in 2014 from the Ponte Sisto, shows a small section of the river that is actually straight. Kristin Jones, American artist, named it the Piazza Tevere.
Gorak Shep, Nepal. Photo by Amandine Pras. She writes: "This recording was made at 3am, April 5, 2011, at Gorak Shep, Nepal, which, at an altitude of 16,500 feet (around 5,200 meters), is the last village before Everest Base Camp. My tent was in the middle of hundreds of yaks ... more
Blue Hill. 2015. Photo by Joel Chadabe. A village in Maine, US, on the shore of Penobscot Bay.
Rovinj, Croatia. 2016. Photo by Arsenije Jovanovic. "My house is just behind the corner on the left side of picture looking to the open sea. This is the place where I am living most of the time. Fortunately my house was not damaged seriously."