"Photos don’t necessarily represent the climax of the story", Balley explains, "but rather a time just prior or after it. We never see the crime represented overtly in the photos, but it is present somewhere”.
Down in the narrow streets of Havana, Cuba, one vehicle stands out among than the rest. Riding high, among the clouds almost, is Félix Guirola, owner of Cuba’s tallest bicycle.
The U.S exports 300,000 tons of scraggly yellow chicken feet to China every year. A trade that might just be rescuing American chicken companies.
Free tastings activate a “reciprocity factor” in your subconscious, making you feel bad if you don’t respond by buying the product, or at least looking at it, after a sample.
In the classified ads of India’s newspapers, you can find a second-hand car, the house of your dreams, a job as a sales manager for a start-up, and/or a new husband or wife.