fatoumata
@2013 nashalina schrape

fatoumata

@2013 nashalina schrape

richard aldrich, rokeby
©2014 nashalina schrape

richard aldrich, rokeby

©2014 nashalina schrape

roman blat
©2014 nashalina schrape

roman blat

©2014 nashalina schrape

anastasiia chorna
©2014 nashalina schrape

anastasiia chorna

©2014 nashalina schrape

Erika Huffman & Nashalina Schrape

theswapproject:

This is Erika Huffman’s second swap. There is almost a perfection to her black and white portraits and the eyes dominate in each image. In her interview with Lenscratch she says “I am a shy and introverted person by nature but have a strong desire to connect with people. Photography allows me a…

©2013 nashalina schrape

©2013 nashalina schrape

and the world keeps on burning
©2014 nashalina schrape

and the world keeps on burning

©2014 nashalina schrape

kymia and devin
© nashalina schrape

kymia and devin

© nashalina schrape

prints for sale

anatasiia and a baby girl

©2014 nashalina schrape


Before the arrival of the Christian church, most of Europe operated from a two season calendar. Summer and Winter. Dating back, small villages in northeastern Slovenia have been celebrating the end of winter. Going from house to house, a traditional assortment of costumes and masks offer blessings to individual families, their farms and farm animals. Korants scare away winter with scary masks, large furry costumes and loud cow bells. Slovenian carnival symbolizes death, yet welcomes spring, fertility, newness, and a strong harvest. It creates an undeniable energy, a rush. As one of the girlfriend’s and daughter’s of a Korant said, “I can’t wait to hear the bells!!” in anticipation, after waiting a year for their arrival.
korantovanje, slovenia carnival 2013
redux pictures
redux winter 2014 newsletter
© nashalina schrape


Before the arrival of the Christian church, most of Europe operated from a two season calendar. Summer and Winter. Dating back, small villages in northeastern Slovenia have been celebrating the end of winter. Going from house to house, a traditional assortment of costumes and masks offer blessings to individual families, their farms and farm animals. Korants scare away winter with scary masks, large furry costumes and loud cow bells. Slovenian carnival symbolizes death, yet welcomes spring, fertility, newness, and a strong harvest. It creates an undeniable energy, a rush. As one of the girlfriend’s and daughter’s of a Korant said, “I can’t wait to hear the bells!!” in anticipation, after waiting a year for their arrival.

korantovanje, slovenia carnival 2013

redux pictures

redux winter 2014 newsletter

© nashalina schrape

Before the arrival of the Christian church, most of Europe operated from a two season calendar. Summer and Winter. Dating back, small villages in northeastern Slovenia have been celebrating the end of winter. Going from house to house, a traditional assortment of costumes and masks offer blessings to individual families, their farms and farm animals. Korants scare away winter with scary masks, large furry costumes and loud cow bells. Slovenian carnival symbolizes death, yet welcomes spring, fertility, newness, and a strong harvest. It creates an undeniable energy, a rush. As one of the girlfriend’s and daughter’s of a Korant said, “I can’t wait to hear the bells!!” in anticipation, after waiting a year for their arrival.

korantovanje, slovenia carnival 2013
redux pictures
redux winter 2014 newsletter
© nashalina schrape


Before the arrival of the Christian church, most of Europe operated from a two season calendar. Summer and Winter. Dating back, small villages in northeastern Slovenia have been celebrating the end of winter. Going from house to house, a traditional assortment of costumes and masks offer blessings to individual families, their farms and farm animals. Korants scare away winter with scary masks, large furry costumes and loud cow bells. Slovenian carnival symbolizes death, yet welcomes spring, fertility, newness, and a strong harvest. It creates an undeniable energy, a rush. As one of the girlfriend’s and daughter’s of a Korant said, “I can’t wait to hear the bells!!” in anticipation, after waiting a year for their arrival.

korantovanje, slovenia carnival 2013

redux pictures

redux winter 2014 newsletter

© nashalina schrape

Before the arrival of the Christian church, most of Europe operated from a two season calendar. Summer and Winter. Dating back, small villages in northeastern Slovenia have been celebrating the end of winter. Going from house to house, a traditional assortment of costumes and masks offer blessings to individual families, their farms and farm animals. Korants scare away winter with scary masks, large furry costumes and loud cow bells. Slovenian carnival symbolizes death, yet welcomes spring, fertility, newness, and a strong harvest. It creates an undeniable energy, a rush. As one of the girlfriend’s and daughter’s of a Korant said, “I can’t wait to hear the bells!!” in anticipation, after waiting a year for their arrival.

korantovanje, slovenia carnival 2013
redux pictures
redux winter 2014 newsletter
© nashalina schrape


Before the arrival of the Christian church, most of Europe operated from a two season calendar. Summer and Winter. Dating back, small villages in northeastern Slovenia have been celebrating the end of winter. Going from house to house, a traditional assortment of costumes and masks offer blessings to individual families, their farms and farm animals. Korants scare away winter with scary masks, large furry costumes and loud cow bells. Slovenian carnival symbolizes death, yet welcomes spring, fertility, newness, and a strong harvest. It creates an undeniable energy, a rush. As one of the girlfriend’s and daughter’s of a Korant said, “I can’t wait to hear the bells!!” in anticipation, after waiting a year for their arrival.

korantovanje, slovenia carnival 2013

redux pictures

redux winter 2014 newsletter

© nashalina schrape

Before the arrival of the Christian church, most of Europe operated from a two season calendar. Summer and Winter. Dating back, small villages in northeastern Slovenia have been celebrating the end of winter. Going from house to house, a traditional assortment of costumes and masks offer blessings to individual families, their farms and farm animals. Korants scare away winter with scary masks, large furry costumes and loud cow bells. Slovenian carnival symbolizes death, yet welcomes spring, fertility, newness, and a strong harvest. It creates an undeniable energy, a rush. As one of the girlfriend’s and daughter’s of a Korant said, “I can’t wait to hear the bells!!” in anticipation, after waiting a year for their arrival.
korantovanje, slovenia carnival 2013
redux pictures
redux winter 2014 newsletter
© nashalina schrape


Before the arrival of the Christian church, most of Europe operated from a two season calendar. Summer and Winter. Dating back, small villages in northeastern Slovenia have been celebrating the end of winter. Going from house to house, a traditional assortment of costumes and masks offer blessings to individual families, their farms and farm animals. Korants scare away winter with scary masks, large furry costumes and loud cow bells. Slovenian carnival symbolizes death, yet welcomes spring, fertility, newness, and a strong harvest. It creates an undeniable energy, a rush. As one of the girlfriend’s and daughter’s of a Korant said, “I can’t wait to hear the bells!!” in anticipation, after waiting a year for their arrival.

korantovanje, slovenia carnival 2013

redux pictures

redux winter 2014 newsletter

© nashalina schrape

© nashalina schrape

© nashalina schrape