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I can’t resist a freak show. Wonderground, Southbank Centre. Photo © Zarina Holmes
I can’t resist a freak show. Wonderground, Southbank Centre. Photo © Zarina Holmes

I can’t resist a freak show. Wonderground, Southbank Centre. Photo © Zarina Holmes

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He rolled into my shot at Borough Market. Originally I wanted to photograph the bikes under flowers outside Paul Smith. I said, “Hey. You got into my frame, but you look great.” He was pleased. Photo © Zarina Holmes
He rolled into my shot at Borough Market. Originally I wanted to photograph the bikes under flowers outside Paul Smith. I said, “Hey. You got into my frame, but you look great.” He was pleased. Photo © Zarina Holmes

He rolled into my shot at Borough Market. Originally I wanted to photograph the bikes under flowers outside Paul Smith. I said, “Hey. You got into my frame, but you look great.” He was pleased. Photo © Zarina Holmes

He's over 50 years old but doesn't look. Rollapaluza's photographer Paul Burgoine editing photos on the go. Photo © Zarina Holmes
Keirin at Herne Hill Velodrome. Photo © Zarina Holmes Keira McVitty from WyndyMilla /Reynolds racing team. Friends of Herne Hil Velodrome jersey. Photo © Zarina Holmes

Keirin at Herne Hill Velodrome, 2nd August 2014. Photo © Zarina Holmes

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Rider at Rapha Tempest festival, Le Tour Yorkshire.
I was charging my phone at the Strava tent and tweeting about the Grand Départ when I saw this rider sat opposite. I thought he looked sensational with his Rayban shades. He reminds me of Bernard Hinault in the 70s, an era when riders were looking glamourous. I asked the rider for a photo, and he said yes.
Rider at Rapha Tempest festival, Le Tour Yorkshire.
I was charging my phone at the Strava tent and tweeting about the Grand Départ when I saw this rider sat opposite. I thought he looked sensational with his Rayban shades. He reminds me of Bernard Hinault in the 70s, an era when riders were looking glamourous. I asked the rider for a photo, and he said yes.

Rider at Rapha Tempest festival, Le Tour Yorkshire.

I was charging my phone at the Strava tent and tweeting about the Grand Départ when I saw this rider sat opposite. I thought he looked sensational with his Rayban shades. He reminds me of Bernard Hinault in the 70s, an era when riders were looking glamourous. I asked the rider for a photo, and he said yes.

Faces of Pride: Despite of the torrential rain in London today, the Pride revellers celebrated in style, colours and joie de vivre. Photos © Z Holmes #LGBT #Pride

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World Cup Faces: Germany supporter at Deutschlond event at Yager Bar, St. Pauls, London #GERvsGHA Photo © Z Holmes
World Cup Faces: Germany supporter at Deutschlond event at Yager Bar, St. Pauls, London #GERvsGHA Photo © Z Holmes

World Cup Faces: Germany supporter at Deutschlond event at Yager Bar, St. Pauls, London #GERvsGHA Photo © Z Holmes

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World Cup Faces: Germany supporter at Deutschlond event at Yager Bar, St. Pauls, London #GERvsGHA Photo © Z Holmes
World Cup Faces: Germany supporter at Deutschlond event at Yager Bar, St. Pauls, London #GERvsGHA Photo © Z Holmes

World Cup Faces: Germany supporter at Deutschlond event at Yager Bar, St. Pauls, London #GERvsGHA Photo © Z Holmes

HAPPY FATHER’S DAY

A father is the guy who taught me that life is a big adventure and should be spent outside.

Triathletes racing to the finishing lines with their children. ITU World Triathlon Championship 2014. Photo © Zarina Holmes

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Gardener watering plants at the Southbank Centre rooftop garden. Photo © Zarina Holmes
Gardener watering plants at the Southbank Centre rooftop garden. Photo © Zarina Holmes

Gardener watering plants at the Southbank Centre rooftop garden. Photo © Zarina Holmes

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Chelsea Pensioners Norman Mitchell and Ray Huggins, ex Grenadier Guardsmen. I was walking around Chelsea SW1 today, when I spotted two elderly men sauntering towards the Royal Hospital. I said: ” Excuse me, you both look so handsome in those uniforms. Can I take your picture?” The men beamed with pride and said yes. One of them quipped: “You know how old we are? There are 179 years between both of us.” I think they look absolutely dashing. Photo © Zarina Holmes
Chelsea Pensioners Norman Mitchell and Ray Huggins, ex Grenadier Guardsmen. I was walking around Chelsea SW1 today, when I spotted two elderly men sauntering towards the Royal Hospital. I said: ” Excuse me, you both look so handsome in those uniforms. Can I take your picture?” The men beamed with pride and said yes. One of them quipped: “You know how old we are? There are 179 years between both of us.” I think they look absolutely dashing. Photo © Zarina Holmes

Chelsea Pensioners Norman Mitchell and Ray Huggins, ex Grenadier Guardsmen. I was walking around Chelsea SW1 today, when I spotted two elderly men sauntering towards the Royal Hospital. I said: ” Excuse me, you both look so handsome in those uniforms. Can I take your picture?” The men beamed with pride and said yes. One of them quipped: “You know how old we are? There are 179 years between both of us.” I think they look absolutely dashing. Photo © Zarina Holmes

“ When I ask to photograph someone, it is because I love the way they look and I think I make that clear. I’m paying them a tremendous compliment. What I’m saying is, I want to take you home with me and look at you for the rest of my life. ”

—    Amy Arbus (via bheventspace)

Pretty much sums it.

(via reportagebygettyimages)