Ethiopian tribes, happy Mursi boy
Happy boy of the Mursi tribe in the village Bidiro, Lower Omo Valley, Ethiopia. I stayed a whole week in the remote Mursi village Bidiro, and I especially liked the children. They were so happy, and I'm glad that I could capture so many pictures of the boys and girls in the village. Sharing my work hopefully helps to change the often stereotypical picture of Africa shown in the media, like the dark continent with starving children and passive receptors of development aid. Of course, all…
"Khotso" Peace at Devil's Knuckles
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How to Make a Burlap Wreath With Accent Ribbon
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Beautiful Black Babies
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My name is Jaap. 65 yr. male. Blogger from the Netherlands, Hollanda. Working with homeless people and people with multi problems. In this blog I try to get smile-photos out of every country ( about 236 countrys ) in the world. The value of a smile. A smile costs nothing, but it means much. It enriches those who receives it and doesn't make poor the person who gives it. Though a smile may be given only once, the memory of it may last forever. The rich cannot survive without a smile, the poor…