Endegelande (Western Germany)
The rabbit appeared in the middle of a coal mine in western Germany at the time when activists occupied the place.
My aim in photography is to kill stereotypes and to open my eyes. I search for people's stories, for controversy and special lifestyles and destinies all around the world. I consider photography as a weapon and as a cure.
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David is a freelance photographer who aims to kill stereotypes and perfectly capture people’s stories. Travelling all over the world, he seeks controversial and special lifestyles. From woman in the war-zone in Ukraine to indigenous victims in Amazonia, David has captured it all and continues his journey, seeking new challenges every day. Get to know David more here.