Posted in Uncategorized on January 6, 2011 by MissLewis

Esmaspäeva hommik Guurias. 14- aastane tüdruk pildil ei ole juba mitu nädalat koolis käinud, sest just tüdruk peab koju jääma ja haige eest hoolitsema. Ema kukkus õues maiapidamistöid tehes ja vigastas pead. Perepoeg, samuti kooliealine, oli tol hommikul koolipingis.

Monday morning in Guria. The 14-year old girl has not been to school since two weeks because it is expected that only girls take care of the sick. Her mother fell while doing household work and has been lying in bed since. The son of the family, also in his teens, is at school.

Posted in Uncategorized on January 6, 2011 by MissLewis

Autor Nele oma 60×90 suuruses sõpradega!

Proud author Nele with her precious 60x90 friends!

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Photo made by Albina Griniūtė. Artis cinema, Tallinn, 2010. Opening of exhibition Liquid roads which is a documentation of ambulance workers, nurses, doctors and drivers in Chokhatauri, Western Georgia, South Caucasus.

Exhibition was kindly supported by GLEN, AKÜ, Eesti Välisministeerium, Olympus, Fotolabor Filmari, cinema Artis and all my friends and family! I hope it was worth coming guys and girls!!!!

Vive a Tallinn, EstoniaFidanzata ufficialmente con Mindaugas KiaupasCittà natale: Vilnius, LithuaniaData di nascita: 5 giugno 1985

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Wonderful poster, created by Kaarel Julge and based on my photo from Guria, created for my exhibition LIQUID ROADS which opened in Tallinn, in april 2010 at Artis cinema. GLEN was happy, Nele was happy, cow was happy.

Posted in Uncategorized on January 9, 2010 by MissLewis

view from my window in Batumi

Posted in Uncategorized on January 9, 2010 by MissLewis

BIAFF 2009, film festival in Batumi, member of jury, Nana Dzhordzhadze, Georgian filmmaker

BIAFF 2009, winner from Iran

Posted in Uncategorized on January 9, 2010 by MissLewis

Port of Batumi, October 2009

Port of Batumi, October 2009

miraculously, most dogs in Georgia manage to look like they all have one mum, one deda...This exemplar adopted us on the beach of Kobuleti, september 2009