Rose Blasse

Photographer, Eric Nehr, has used art to say a million words about the plight of Albinos, specifically in Cameroon and Panama. He was inspired by the marginalization, and in fact danger, that Albinos face in these countries in particular. In Cameroon, Albinos are said to possess magical characteristics and as such, there have been way…

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Rise

Sometimes, you see a photographic work that you can’t help but stare at for precious minutes as you’re captivated by the lighting and subjects. These images by RISE Design Studio had me staring. Via African Digital Art

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Chukadu: Through Abby Ross’ Lens

A Chukadu is probably the eastern Congo equivalent of the Nigerian wheelbarrow. The Chukadu is a wooden bicycle usually used to transport goods and people and made to combate the rolling hills of the Congo. I find it interesting that photography Abby Ross  thought enough about these simple bikes to dedicate a whole photography project…

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Memories of Niger

These beautiful images are from Italian photographer Alessandro Vannucci, taken during his travel to Niger. I love the way he captures the desert – it looks so clean and pure. Along with his images, he shares a few facts about the country. “Niger is an extremely poor Country, even if compared to the African standard.…

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Hot

These stunning images are photographed by the talented Alexa Singer. I love how she captures the golden African desert and the Black Beauty that rules the sand and heat. Via Afroklectic

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The Libyan Desert

The talented photographer, Bashar Shglila, takes these amazing images of the Libyan Desert. I could look at these photographs for hours. The harshness of the desert is completely at the background. For a change, we can see the beauty and serenity of the golden area, as well as the fierceness and regal nature of the…

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