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Sohail Fazluddin

Sohail Fazluddin



Writer, photographer, generally weird person.

Sigur Rós - Miami - 2013

Published October 11th, 2013

Sigur Rós are an Icelandic post-rock band from Reykjavík, who have been active since 1994. Known for their ethereal sound, frontman Jónsi Birgisson's falsetto vocals, and the use of bowed guitar, the band's music is also noticeable for its incorporation of classical and minimalist aesthetic elements. - Wikipedia

Last time I saw them was in 2003 in NYC at the Radio City Music Hall. It was an epic show and 10 years later, they did not disappoint.

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Memories of Europe 2010 - The Camino - Day 1 - 6

Published July 25th, 2013

Here are photographs from the first few days of walking on the Camino de Santiago in Spain in 2010.

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The Grand Louvre, (a.k.a my other home) 2010

Published June 26th, 2013

What can I say, it was everything I dreamt about and more. I spent as much time as I could there, I bought one of those week long passes and went every day for 4-5 days. It still wasn't enough time but I was able to capture a few of my favorites. I mostly focused on the sculptures because there's something about photographing a sculpture that feels like making portraits but it doesn't mean I didn't enjoy the rest of the art.

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Memories of Europe 2010 - Paris

Published June 24th, 2013

I spent my 32nd Birthday in Paris. Sadly, the memory card with all my photographs of my birthday all the way to my trip over the Pyrenees is lost so i only have a few pictures of Paris. Still these are very special and I love this city so much. I would go back in a heartbeat if I could. Perhaps for a future birthday. Here are what's left.

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Memories of Europe 2010 - Père Lachaise Cemeter...

Published June 19th, 2013

Paris was a central figure during my trip to Europe. Here is a story about some graves and interesting people interred within them. My friend Eddie and I went to Père Lachaise in the summer of 2010 and both of us snapped photos. It was one of the coolest places i've been to. I know it sounds kind of morbid to want to visit a cemetery, but this one is filled with many great artists, poets, singers, musicians and great people of commerce and life in general. I guess its the who's who of the Paris deceased community. I imagined it is the "City of the Dead" or a reverse version of living Paris filled with ghouls and specters.

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