Winter in RomaniaTravel and see the world

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crazy (by Wolf Ademeit)


crazy (by Wolf Ademeit)


DIY All-Natural Skin Exfoliator For Silky Soft Legs

"The sugar rubs off all the dirt and dead skin, the lemon juice works as a mild skin peel revealing brighter, smoother skin, and, of course, the olive oil penetrates deep into the skin and provides long-lasting moisture.”

Recipe here.

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Angèle Etoundi Essamba (Douala, 1962) is a Cameroonian photographer.

She grew up in Yaoundé moved to Paris as a young girl, where she was trained at the Dutch Professional Photography School in The Hague. Later on she moved to the Netherlands where she trained at the Nederlandse Fotovakschool (Netherlands professional school of photography)

Her art focuses on representations of black womanhood, individuality and humanity. Her work is historical and cultural, aimed at promoting mutual understand and respect for African identity.

Etoundi Essamba gained international recognition with exhibitions all over the world. Her photographs were first displayed in 1985 at the Maison Descartes in Amsterdam. Exhibitions followed throughout the world (Africa, Europe, Asia, South America and the United States)

She is associated with DUTA or Douala Urban Touch of Arts, which allows Central African visual artists in Douala, Cameroon to share their work.

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Dogon County, Mali: A woman shelters from the rain - Djenné, Mali: La Fete de Créppisage the annual festival of the replastering of the central mosque in Djenné by photographer ©Timothy Allen (UK)  shot with a Canon 5D II

  • Top winner: Travel Photographer of the Year 2013

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