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It has just occurred to me how little I've told you about how beautiful African people are. Photographing them, I cannot escape the repulsive thought that by doing this without their prior consent I treat them a bit like the animals in the national parks we visit. We sneak up to a watering hole and…

How woman live their daily lives in Haiti. This woman is carrying what it looks like to be her laundry, to do her chores of her household.

C'est Vendredi, c'est le Bordel #55 - Après La Pub

C'est Vendredi, c'est le Bordel #55

so thankful my children all play the world's sport-soccer futbol football fusbal, whatever you call it, it's the best game.

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Gijo ( Gijo ) , it courtesan or geisha in China ] . A prostitute , also…

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Senegal Africa Women with food items ready to take to the Market to sell.

The poorest of the poor... Taken near Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India

The poorest of the poor. Taken near Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India ↞❁✦彡●⊱❊⊰✦❁ ڿڰۣ❁ ℓα-ℓα-ℓα вσηηє νιє ♡༺✿༻♡·✳︎· ❀‿ ❀ ·✳︎· MON Jul 2016 ✨вℓυє мσση✤ॐ ✧⚜✧ ❦♥⭐♢∘❃♦♡❊ нανє α ηι¢є ∂αу ❊ღ༺✿༻♡♥♫ ~*~ ♪ ♥✫❁✦⊱❊⊰●彡✦❁↠ ஜℓvஜ

Wedding feast in Senegal. Incredible feast bringing a community together to celebrate.

This is a wedding feast in Senegal with all of the traditional foods. Weddings are a time where the communities get together and celebrate not inly the wedding, but the traditions that make it such a strong culture.

Senegal Fishing Village

Africa Art, West Africa, Fishing Villages, Ea, Mosaic, Freedom, African, Liberty, Political Freedom

Part 2: 4. The word Niger comes from the latin word meaning "negros". Since Niger flows throughout the land of many nergros the Arabs decided to name it Niger.  http://www.flyabs.com/

Social Influences: In the Nigerian women decorated gourd bowls to protect themselves from the sun

group boko-maru? Cat's Cradle, Kurt Vonnegut

‘UBUNTU’ in the Xhosa culture means: “I am because we are”. An anthropologist proposed a game to the kids in an African tribe. He put a basket full of fruit near a tree and told the kids that who ever.

Africa | Women in Fine Senegalese Dress in the Village of Thille Boubakar.  1975 | ©James Johnson || The loose gown called the boubou is worn over a more tightly fitted dress.

Africa | Women in Fine Senegalese Dress in the Village of Thille Boubakar. 1975 | ©James Johnson || The loose gown called the boubou is worn over a more tightly fitted dress.

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