Izla Kaya Bardavid. Get yours at bighugelabs.com/flickr

I haven't updated my flickr page in 2 years. I have visited more than 20 countries during this time, and will slowly update with new pictures. In meanwhile check out my new website www.izlaphotography.com.

You also find me on facebook www.facebook.com/IzlaPhotography

 

Im just a explorer with a camera and most inspired when traveling.

 

Born in Sweden with Assyrian/Syriac roots, background in international relations, anthropology and public health. Currently based in Sweden, working with humanitarian and development work with an international NGO called ADRA.

 

I believe that God created this world fantastically beautiful.

 

And hope to share some of the beauty in this world, which many times is missed out or portrayed in a negative way. No matter the harsh reality many people may pass through, they reflect this beauty of joy and warmth.

 

//Izla

 

All pictures are my own work, they are strictly copyrighted, and if you want to use them in any way - websites, magazines, blogs, newspapers, paintings, books etc please contact me at: izlaa@hotmail.com

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Stunning photography! I am so glad to be exposed to your work!

June 8, 2010

So amazing and astonishing - and no testimonial yet? Izla Kaya shows in her photostream her great love for life, for children, for people, for the world, for culture and art, for nature and travel, for wideness and details, for the sun and last but not least for - photography - - I think for much more - to discover! … Read more

So amazing and astonishing - and no testimonial yet? Izla Kaya shows in her photostream her great love for life, for children, for people, for the world, for culture and art, for nature and travel, for wideness and details, for the sun and last but not least for - photography - - I think for much more - to discover! Dear Izla Kaya (what a name?), thank you for sharing and giving your deep interest, spirit and joy of your job, work and tasks transformed into these images to all of us - in the way you like it! You are an artist of life - in colour and b&w - real and symbolically! Best wishes, trust and strenght in tests and challenges and -happiness and gratefulness for everyday you look into the eyes of children around the world...

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January 26, 2009