Gabriele Galimberti @gabrielegalimbertiphoto

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Professional photographer, amateur biker / Photographer for National Geographic @natgeo / @natgeotravel - Member of @thephotosociety / @river_boom

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From my project FATHERS - San Francisco, California - Jared Katz (37) and his children, Isadora (7) and Roscoe (4) - Jared was born and raised in San Francisco. He has spent his whole life here. “My mother used to bring me to walk on the beach almost every day when I was a kid.” At least twice a week, Jared brings his children (and the dog) for a long walk on the beach. His children love to collect shells. “They have a huge collection of conchs and other shells at home. They love to get every size and color, so walking on the beach with them sometimes takes a lot of time. They stop every 30 seconds because they see a different shell. ” /// I’m recently turned 40 and almost every friend around me has become a parent over the last few years. A couple of friends and I are the only ones in our group who still don’t have kids of our own. I naturally began to observe how the others were raising their children. I watch them playing together, hear the arguments and the kids’ complaints at mealtimes or at bedtime. I’ve often been the one in charge of the kids when those moments happen. Just maybe, all of these things are making me start to want to be a father. That is why I’ve decided to make the relationships between fathers and their children the focus of this photo project. Wherever I am in the world, when I meet a father I ask him to tell me about a special moment he has spent with his children and, when I can, I photograph them together. #father  #fathers #california #sanfrancisco #sea #shells

From my project FATHERS - San Francisco, California - Jared ...

Austin, TX - Betty Kilbrigh, 38 years old. She joined the military 20years ago. Specialized in military transport, she drives jeep, trailer trucks, tunks and heavy equipment transporters. She was deployed in a base on Saudi Arabia - Iran border, where she  was raped. She says: Sexual harassment is a constant practice, if they didn't respec us at the base, how could they respect us and protect us in the battle field? /// "One out of every three american women soldiers serving in Iraq or Afghanistan has been the victim of sexual abuse on the part of male U.S. soldiers and between 71% to 90% say they were the object of harassment by their male comrades-in-arms, subjected to constant denigration, insults and vulgar slurs." So writes Helen Benedict, Columbia University professor, in her book, The Lonely Soldier. In war zones, the ratio of woman soldiers is one to every ten men. “feeling as though you are a target 24 hours a day is not easy" Helen Benedict explains. ‘the message the men are sending is ‘we don’t respect you. we don’t want you here”. According to army statistics, ‘only’ 0.83 out of every thousand women in war zones have been the victims of sexual abuse. However, the army also makes it clear that those are just the reported cases, and that 90% of rapes are kept quiet. Usually, the aggressors are the women’s superiors, and most often they are never brought to trial. In addition to all of this, it is also more difficult for women to gain access to health care, as only 14% of military clinics have departments dedicated to women’s health issues. With the assistance of American associations that provide help and psychological support to female veterans suffering from MST (military sexual trauma), we carried out extensive research for this project. we were able to establish contact with many of these women, veterans of the latest wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but also of earlier wars, all of them with stories to tell of rape and sexual abuse. we met with these women, interviewed them, and photographed them. (project done together with Pietro Chelli) 
#usa #army #military #mst #texas

Austin, TX - Betty Kilbrigh, 38 years old. She joined ...

Re-posting one of my favorite photos from my project TOY STORIES /// Maudy, 3. Kalulushi, Zambia. #toys #toystories #zambia #africa #sunglasses #play #happiness

Re-posting one of my favorite photos from my project TOY ...

photo_library From my project IN HER KITCHEN /// Grandmas always know how to cook! - Normita, 65 – Oltepessi Kenya / Normita lives in a hut made of mud and straws in a masaai village in Kenya. Her kitchen is nothing else than a small cooking area on the ground made of four stones and a metal grill placed on top. Every morning she lights a fire and keeps it on all day long. In her village there are 250 people and more than 500 animals among cows, goats and dogs. She is the chief of the village’s ninth wife and also the oldest woman. Cooking, collecting water from the river and gathering wood for the fire have always been her jobs. She has got 19 grown-up children and more than 40 grandchildren. They all live in the same village /
MBOGA AND UGALI:
Ingredients: Goat meat and a leg of goat, 50 gr cow’s fat, two tomatoes, 500 gr white corn flour, a plate of sukuma (a vegetable similar to spinach).
Ugali is one of the most popular kind of food in Africa. In particular, in this area of Kenya, it is part of the everyday meal and it is at the base of almost any recipe. It is always eaten together with something else: meat, vegetables, fish and so on… 
The first thing to prepare for our recipe is the orgali: Bring to boil a bit less than a litre of water with some salt. When it boils, add 500 gr of white corn flour, pouring them in the pot a bit at a time and stirring continuously until you obtain a dense mixture. Cook for about 10 minutes, turn the gas off and then let it cool. 
Now you need to prepare meat and vegetables:
- Chunk the goat meat into small pieces (about 3cm). Take the skin off the leg of the goat and strip the flesh from it. Put the meat in some water with salt. - Melt the cow’s fat in a saucepan and when it starts to fry, add two tomatoes chopped in cubes. - As soon as the tomatoes go mushy and create a sauce, add the chunks of meat and all the sukuma (cut in stripes). - Let everything cook for about 40 minutes. Taste it to see if you need more salt and add some if necessary. 
When meat and vegetables are cooked, place them on the same dish with the orgali, as you can see in the photo. 
#food #kenya #africa

From my project IN HER KITCHEN /// Grandmas always know ...

From the project HOME PHARMA | Whenever we meet people on our travels, we ask the same question: Can we see what’s in your medicine cabinet? - Remo Ballardini, 65, is in his house in Riva del Garda, Italy. Remo is the librarian of the Museo Alto Garda, a museum dedicated to Lake Garda. He is a heavy smoker, and his home pharmacy includes cough syrup and unused lotion for hair loss. /// "Home Pharma" is part of a multimedia project called "Happy Pills" by @paolowoods, @gabrielegalimbertiphoto, @arnaudrobert and @edoardo_delille #happypills #pills #pharma #bigpharma @natgeo

From the project HOME PHARMA | Whenever we meet people ...

From my project FATHERS / Maniche, Haiti – Jhonny (32) and Jiounelca (2) - Jhonny was born in Maniche, a small village in the jungle in the south of Haiti, and that’s where he has always lived. His daughter Jiounela was born 2 years ago. He lives with his daughter and his wife in a tiny house near the river, in the middle of the forest, completely disconnected from every modern comfort, including electricity. Jhonny raises animals and grows fruits and vegetables. Everything he produces goes towards feeding his family. Sometimes he goes fishing on the river, even though, to hear him tell it, he's not very good at it. He spends a lot of time with his daughter. Their favorite activity is playing in the water. /// I’m recently turned 40 and almost every friend around me has become a parent over the last few years. A couple of friends and I are the only ones in our group who still don’t have kids of our own. I naturally began to observe how the others were raising their children. I watch them playing together, hear the arguments and the kids’ complaints at mealtimes or at bedtime. I’ve often been the one in charge of the kids when those moments happen. Just maybe, all of these things are making me start to want to be a father. That is why I’ve decided to make the relationships between fathers and their children the focus of this photo project. Wherever I am in the world, when I meet a father I ask him to tell me about a special moment he has spent with his children and, when I can, I photograph them together. #haiti #father #river #fathers #caribe

From my project FATHERS / Maniche, Haiti – Jhonny (32) ...

In Egypt for a week! - From my series ZOMPI! #nophotoshop #realjump #egypt #pyramid #jump #jumping #zompo #desert

In Egypt for a week! - From my series ZOMPI! ...

photo_library CIAO NONNA, I LOVE YOU! - Marisa, 80 - Italy - Swiss chard and ricotta Ravioli with meat sauce ||| The first thing to prepare is the sauce because it is what takes more cooking time.
Boil the tomatoes and when they are ready, peel them and use a food mixer to make them in a sauce. Then, chop the onion, carrot, celery and a sprig of parsley and panfry everything together. After about 5 minutes, add the minced beef. Let it cook for about 10 minutes (if you like it, you can pour a glass of red wine, too). At this point, add the tomato sauce and cook everything on a simmer for 3 hours.
Now you can make ravioli:
1 kilo flour, 4 eggs, 300 grams ricotta and ½ kilo Swiss chard, parmesan, 1 egg, salt and nutmeg
First, boil the chard for half an hour, after having taken off the central part (which is hard).
Then, in a pasteboard, you can start to make the dough. Place some flour in the centre of the board, as if it were a small volcano (a small mountain with a hole in it). Open the eggs and whip them up in a dish. Then, pour them gently inside the flour volcano and use a fork to mix everything, so that the eggs are absorbed by the flour. When the dough gets harder, you can work it with your hands until it is hard enough to be divided into four parts. Stretch each part into a 1 mm layer, using a rolling pin.
At this point, take the chard and chop them with a common knife or a crescent-shaped mincing one. Blend the chard and ricotta, one egg, two spoons of grated Parmesan, a pinch of salt and one of ground nutmeg. This mixture is the filling for your pasta.
Now, cut the pasta layers in small rectangles of about 8×4 cm and put one spoon of the filling in the centre of each rectangle. Double them and close the ravioli, pressing the borders with a fork.
When you have closed them all, put them in some boiling water with salt and heat for about 10 minutes. Check one to see if they are ready before draining them. Then, you can serve them with the meat sauce. Add some grated Parmesan to your taste.

Enjoy your ravioli!
#grandmother #grandma #food #christmas #inherkitchen #nonna

CIAO NONNA, I LOVE YOU! - Marisa, 80 - Italy ...

From my project TOY STORIES \  Botlhe, 4 - Maun, Botswana / #toys #toystories #game #play #toy #botswana #maun

From my project TOY STORIES \ Botlhe, 4 - Maun, ...

play_circle_filled #NatGeo100Contest WIN A PRIZE, READ THE CAPTION! A sloth crossing the main road between Cahuita and Puerto Viejo in Costa Rica. Sloths are named after the capital sin of sloth because they seem slow and lazy at first glance; however, their usual idleness is due to metabolic adaptations for conserving energy / I took this video almost 3 years ago in Costa Rica and when I posted it on the @natgeo feed it reached 7.3millions views. It has been the most viewed video on @natgeo!

#NatGeo100Contest. @Natgeo hit 100 million followers! As a thanks, they are having a photo contest for the next 24 hours only. To submit, simply post your most Nat Geo inspired photo on your feed using the hashtag #NatGeo100Contest. The top 10 photos will be posted on @natgeo and the winner gets a photo trip to Tanzania. Good luck!

#NatGeo100Contest WIN A PRIZE, READ THE CAPTION! A sloth crossing ...

Tuscany: home!!! - Terme San Filippo - Located between the Mount Amiata, the highest mountain in Tuscany, and the Orcia valley, San Filippo takes its name from the Florentine hermit who retreated here in the 13th century. The water gurgle out of the ground at 50°C and is rich in sulphur, magnesium, calcium and sulphur bicarbonate, believed to be good for skin conditions and respiratory disorders. On the way that brings to the town a small wooden bridge on the right leads into the woods and the to the green water that fills the pools that the river flows into. Most spectacular of all is the Fosso Bianco also known as La Balena (the whale), a series of calcareous rock formations that hang over the water in a series of stalactites. San Filippo's milky mineral water flows through the pools and along the river, banked by bamboo, for miles.
#sanfilippo #hotspring #tuscany #water #terme #italy #amiata #relax #nature

Tuscany: home!!! - Terme San Filippo - Located between the ...

From my project FATHERS /// Mumbai, India – Tirupati Pogla (32) and Yashika Pogla (5) /// Tirupati was born and raised in Mumbai. Ever since he was a young man he has worked as a personal driver, a job he still does today. He met his wife, Sapna, when they were both in college. Six years ago they got married. Theirs was a marriage of love, not an arranged marriage, something that is unfortunately still not very common in India. Tirupati runs marathons. He runs in at least 3 every year. Sometimes he takes his daughter running with him, even though he says it’s still too early for her to begin training. One thing they love to do together is to go and pray at the temple of Lord Hanuman. “I used to waste my time when I was young, loitering around and not doing anything, but ever since I started praying to Hanuman everything has gone well for me and my life has changed for the better. This is why I want my daughter to get in the habit of coming here often.” #india #father #fathers #dad #mumbai

From my project FATHERS /// Mumbai, India – Tirupati Pogla ...

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