Robert Harding

Exclusive only  
Color search  
Orientation
Release
License
People
Age Group
Ethnicity
Image size
more filters

Recent searches

Loading...
746-89893 - Antique barrels dug into the mountain. Here it is preserved the wine for thousands of years. In this village the director Pier Paolo Pasolini shot part of his film Il Vangelo Secondo Matteo, Barile, Basilicata, Italy, Europe
746-89895 - Ancient wine cellars located inside tufa caves. It is one of the cellars owned by the winery "Cantine del Notaio", one of the most important wine producers in southern Italy, Rionero in Vulture, Basilicata, Italy, Europe
746-89896 - Ancient wine cellars located inside tufa caves. It is one of the cellars owned by the winery "Cantine del Notaio", one of the most important wine producers in southern Italy, Rionero in Vulture, Basilicata, Italy, Europe
746-89894 - Ancient wine cellars located inside tufa caves. It is one of the cellars owned by the winery "Cantine del Notaio", one of the most important wine producers in southern Italy, Rionero in Vulture, Basilicata, Italy, Europe
841-1482 - Stone Buddha head entwined in the roots of a fig tree, Wat Mahatat, Ayutthaya Historical Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ayutthaya, Thailand, Southeast Asia, Asiacuvres used to bring out red in top of roots and blue at bottom of roots, increased contrast
841-1481 - Stone Buddha head entwined in the roots of a fig tree, Wat Mahatat, Ayutthaya Historical Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ayutthaya, Thailand, Southeast Asia, Asiacuvres used to bring out red in top of roots and blue at bottom of roots, increased contrast
857-30896 - Kazuko Uezu, age 65, makes tofu before dawn in her small shop in the village of Hedo. Despite 50 years of practice "every batch tastes slightly different" says Kazuko who rises at 4-am seven days a week to make tofu. Traditional methods and a small production produces subtle variations in every batch despite the fact that tofu has only two ingredients, salt water and soy beans. Kazuko get the salt water from the East China Sea (just down the road from her house) but the soybeans come from America. Okinawan centenarians eat tofu daily and it is believed the high flavanoid content in tofu contributes to their longevity. Flavanoids are known to fight breast and prostate cancer and believed to combat heart disease.
857-30893 - Kazuko Uezu, age 65, makes tofu before dawn in her small shop in the village of Hedo. Despite 50 years of practice "every batch tastes slightly different" says Kazuko who rises at 4-am seven days a week to make tofu. Traditional methods and a small production produces subtle variations in every batch despite the fact that tofu has only two ingredients, salt water and soy beans. Kazuko get the salt water from the East China Sea (just down the road from her house) but the soybeans come from America. Okinawan centenarians eat tofu daily and it is believed the high flavanoid content in tofu contributes to their longevity. Flavanoids are known to fight breast and prostate cancer and believed to combat heart disease.
857-30906 - Lydia Newton celebrates her 112th birthday with friends and family making her among the 20 oldest living human beings on earth. Lydia, born March 23, 1893, shares oatmeal every morning with her 90 year old daughter Margaret Rader in their triple wide trailer at a small trailer park outside of town. "I eat oats with half and half and we don't watch the fat let me tell you" says Lydia. "We were never out to make a lot of money, just to live. We made our own toys out of rubber bands and spoons and I think we were a lot happier than kids today" says lydia who has not had a cold or flu for 23 years. As for politics..."It goes in one ear and out the other. I don't care who the next president is. They are all a bunch of liars. I have decided that if the men can't run this country its about time they give a woman a chance."
857-30904 - Lydia Newton celebrates her 112th birthday with friends and family making her among the 20 oldest living human beings on earth. Lydia, born March 23, 1893, shares oatmeal every morning with her 90 year old daughter Margaret Rader in their triple wide trailer at a small trailer park outside of town. "I eat oats with half and half and we don't watch the fat let me tell you" says Lydia. "We were never out to make a lot of money, just to live. We made our own toys out of rubber bands and spoons and I think we were a lot happier than kids today" says lydia who has not had a cold or flu for 23 years. As for politics..."It goes in one ear and out the other. I don't care who the next president is. They are all a bunch of liars. I have decided that if the men can't run this country its about time they give a woman a chance."
857-30895 - Kazuko Uezu, age 65, makes tofu before dawn in her small shop in the village of Hedo. Despite 50 years of practice "every batch tastes slightly different" says Kazuko who rises at 4-am seven days a week to make tofu. Traditional methods and a small production produces subtle variations in every batch despite the fact that tofu has only two ingredients, salt water and soy beans. Kazuko get the salt water from the East China Sea (just down the road from her house) but the soybeans come from America. Okinawan centenarians eat tofu daily and it is believed the high flavanoid content in tofu contributes to their longevity. Flavanoids are known to fight breast and prostate cancer and believed to combat heart disease.
857-30885 - Zen-ei Nakamura, an 88 year old fisherman form the town of Motobu, hauls up his catch from a net he had set earlier. "Fishing is my life" he said. "Ikigai" a Japanese word that roughly translated means "reason for living", is something most elderly Okinawans have always had.