Urban Vignettes

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A Season of Urban Vignettes - everyday living in the city.
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Skywalks in Navi Mumbai Inspired by the developments in China and Singapore, several skywalks have been proposed in the cities of Mumbai and Navi Mumbai. With the increasing number of skywalks cropping up every day, I decided to look at it closely and find out what people in Navi Mumbai think about it.

Inspired by the developments in China and Singapore, several skywalks have been proposed in the cities of Mumbai and Navi Mumbai. With the increasing number of skywalks cropping up every day, I decided

Food and feed. Are we less of food? Is that true? Do we have abundant of food? We are in the middle of war, thinking about our need or probably our greed while we are live as a human being.

Do we have abundant of food? We are in the middle of war, thinking about our need or probably our greed while we are live as a human being.

Cruzando Fronteras, Crossing Phoenix. My head spun as I caught sight of the new billboard on a corner in my central Phoenix neighborhood. I immediately made an unauthorized U-turn and drove home to get my camera.

My head spun as I caught sight of the new billboard on a corner in my central Phoenix neighborhood. I immediately made an unauthorized U-turn and drove home to get my camera.

Tiny Street Trade, The Gambia. Rainy season and Ramadan in Pipeline, The Gambia do not bode well for business, as the majority of citizens fast for one new moon to another from dawn until dusk.

Tiny Street Trade, The Gambia. Rainy season and Ramadan in Pipeline, The Gambia do not bode well for business, as the majority of citizens fast for one new moon to another from dawn until dusk.

After several months living in London I started to think about how fragile memory is in terms of remembering that place called home. When time goes by it seems that you start re imagining and remembering places differently, with a sense of nostalgia but at the same time with no experience of the everyday.

By Paz Concha After several months living in London I started to think about how fragile memory is in terms of remembering that place called home.

Landfall - by David Watson. "At a time of intense global flow, virtual communication ... I had felt the need to re-acquaint myself with my country."

Landfall - by David Watson. "At a time of intense global flow, virtual communication . I had felt the need to re-acquaint myself with my country.

Gas Masked Figure - "Street Art as Social Diaries in Athens" By Myrto Tsilimpounidi.

Gas Masked Figure - "Street Art as Social Diaries in Athens" By Myrto Tsilimpounidi.

"Motor City"   By Kaity Nicastri.

"Motor City" By Kaity Nicastri.

"Motor City"   By Kaity Nicastri.

"Motor City" By Kaity Nicastri.

Gas Masked Figure - "Street Art as Social Diaries in Athens" By Myrto Tsilimpounidi.

Gas Masked Figure - "Street Art as Social Diaries in Athens" By Myrto Tsilimpounidi.

Landfall - by David Watson. "At a time of intense global flow, virtual communication ... I had felt the need to re-acquaint myself with my country."

Landfall - by David Watson. "At a time of intense global flow, virtual communication . I had felt the need to re-acquaint myself with my country.

Urban Vignettes call for themed visual-cum-text blog post submissions: Festivity. What festivals or public events are taking place in your city? What are the meanings of these celebrations to you and the locals? How are urban spaces re-created and re-imagined through different festivities? Do you have your own family/community festivals and events?  We invite contributors to respond openly and creatively. For details please visit our webpage.

Urban Vignettes call for themed visual-cum-text blog post submissions: Festivity. What festivals or public events are taking place in your city? What are the meanings of these celebrations to you and the locals? How are urban spaces re-created and re-imagined through different festivities? Do you have your own family/community festivals and events? We invite contributors to respond openly and creatively. For details please visit our webpage.

Urban Vignettes Weekly Theme: Family. Call for submissions: What does family life mean to you in your own urban environment? How has your family responded to urbanization? What has changed as urbanization encroaches upon your family? What family traditions are being preserved? We invite contributors to respond openly and creatively. Please submit at least one visual (or audio-visual) and a 300-500 word blog post by Monday 18 June, 2012. Send these to submit@urbanvignettes.com.

Urban Vignettes Weekly Theme: Family. Call for submissions: What does family life mean to you in your own urban environment? How has your family responded to urbanization? What has changed as urbanization encroaches upon your family? What family traditions are being preserved? We invite contributors to respond openly and creatively. Please submit at least one visual (or audio-visual) and a 300-500 word blog post by Monday 18 June, 2012. Send these to submit@urbanvignettes.com.

Interesting blog posts on "mobility" in A Season of Urban Vignettes!

Interesting blog posts on "mobility" in A Season of Urban Vignettes!

Chuncheon: Walk and Then Walk Again. By Jeki Trimarstuti.

Chuncheon: Walk and Then Walk Again. By Jeki Trimarstuti.

Chuncheon: Walk and Then Walk Again. By Jeki Trimarstuti.

Chuncheon: Walk and Then Walk Again. By Jeki Trimarstuti.