Exploring Papua New Guinea with Peter Levshin

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Kiriwina(3of5) - Exploring. Trobriand Is, Papua New Guinea.

Hari & Bindu spent a Magical week (only one flight per week from Port Moresby) at Kiriwina Lodge. Exploring the island they came across some amazing sights of the local people, unspoilt beaches and life generally. Filmed in 1982 on VHS. All rights reserved.

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PAPUA NEW GUINEA, a tour of its disappointing capital of PORT MORESBY

SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/c/VicStefanu - Let's go for a walking tour around Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea's capital and one of the most unsafe cities in the world.. Vic Stefanu, vstefanu@yahoo.com. Papua New Guinea, or PNG, officially the Independent State of Papua New Guinea, is an Oceanian country that occupies the eastern half of the island of New Guinea and its offshore islands in Melanesia, a region of the southwestern Pacific Ocean north of Australia. Its capital, located along its southeastern coast, is Port Moresby

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In this interview I sit down with Karen Hutton and Anton Lorimer, the two amazing artists behind the newly released Smugmug Film titled "Framing the Journey". Join Karen as she explores Slovenia and captures nature’s breathtaking expressions in SmugMug’s newest film. Karen Hutton finds inspiration when she lets the environment around her completely consume her. It’s then she can translate her experience, the feelings, colors, and textures into a photograph. This perpetual search for the profound and the awe-inspiring has been the essence of her entire career. https://www.smugmug.com/films/karen-hutton --------- + Instagram – http://www.instagram.com/thisweekinphoto + Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/thisweekinphoto + Facebook Group – http://www.facebook.com/thisweekinphotography + YouTube – http://www.youtube.com/thisweekinphoto + THIS WEEK IN PHOTO – http://www.thisweekinphoto.com + TWIP PRO – http://www.twippro.com + TWiP PRO SCHOOL – http://www.twipschool.com + TWiP MEETUPS – http://www.thisweekinphoto.com/meetups + PATREON – https://www.patreon.com/thisweekinphoto

Following the Way (Papua New Guinea documentary by Steve Ramsden)

Following the Way is on IMDB! Please rate it if you enjoyed it: imdb.com/title/tt2050519/ A documentary made by Papua New Guinean-born filmmaker Steve Ramsden about the Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea. Ever since missionaries Albert Maclaren and Copland King first brought the Gospel to Papua New Guinea in 1891, the Anglican Church has carried out its mission of preaching, teaching and healing. In a country with 700 different languages, inaccessible terrain and all the problems of a developing nation such as HIV, this is a challenge indeed. Today the country is made up of five Anglican dioceses, and each has a wildly diverse story to tell the filmmakers, from the islands to the highlands. Refreshingly the film is not a charity appeal, but instead illustrates how the remarkably resourceful Anglicans all over PNG are setting up their own schemes to become self-sufficient. Steve Ramsden traveled with local media man Robroy Chicki all over PNG to bring back these stories of the Anglicans who live in this astonishingly beautiful but little-known Pacific country. Shot in May/June 2010 and produced by the Papua New Guinea Church Partnership UK. Broadcast nationwide in Papua New Guinea on Kundu2TV in 2010. Director, Narrator, Cinematographer & Editor: Steve Ramsden Sound Recordist, Interviewer, Translator & Additional Footage by Robroy Chicki See the Behind the Scenes video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5F1wt86NPI

In this interview I sit down with Peter Levshin to discuss his recent trip to Papua New Guinea. We discuss preparation, his gear choices, navigating a different culture and more.

Peter was born in Sydney, Australia and has lived in Los Angeles since 1988 with his wife, Linda, four children and six grandchildren. Peter came from a creative family - his father was a painter and his mother designed ceramics, pottery, as well as tapestries.

Peter's photographs are simple, ethereal, mystical and always have a dramatic atmosphere. He captures bold colors that make a statement, yet the simple subjects create a sense of drama. Peter wants the viewer to feel a connection with his artwork. A selection from his full body of work is currently displayed with Premier Artists Collection, where prints are available for purchase.

Check out Peter’s vote here: http://www.levoimagery.com



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