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Documentary Screening: Sun, Steel & Spray – A History Of the Victoria Falls bridge

Alliance e  and the Old Mutual Theatre hosted The “Sun, Steel and Spray: A History Of The Victoria Falls Bridge” documentary that we worked on closely with the Victoria Falls Bridge Company. The documentary showcases how this massive steel structure was built in the heart of Africa in 1904, and how it was all part … Continue reading

Runner, spectator get photos of marathon suspects

  Runner, spectator get photos of marathon suspects (via Southeast Missourian) This Monday, April 15, 2013 photo provided by Bob Leonard shows Tamerlan Tsarnaev, who was dubbed Suspect No. 1 and Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, who was dubbed Suspect No. 2 in the Boston Marathon bombings by law enforcement. This image was taken approximately 10-20 minutes … Continue reading

Harare’s Copacabana Bus Terminus

Copacabana bus station in the heart of Harare Zimbabwe is one of the busiest areas in the Sunshine City. Traffic sometimes reaches a stand still as vehicles and pedestrians come together to give the city council a daily headache. Refuse piles up everyday on the sidewalk. Despite having several refuse bins around the area, people … Continue reading

My Harare – A Classic Jeep spotted downtown

I’m not a car fanatic, but l know a good thing when l see one. I spotted this rusty Jeep in downtown Harare, Zimbabwe. It stood out, begging to be noticed, to be highlighted in the chapters of history, to be mentioned in the corridors of Jeep headquarters, to be-known for having conquered the plains of Africa….and … Continue reading

My Harare Series

I live in Harare, Zimbabwe. Recently l was working on a project and needed images of the city. The internet didn’t provide any meaningful pictures, so l decided to embark on a journey through my favorite town. The result of which l hope will help someone else, who may not be able to go out … Continue reading

The Land of Amharic

Most of my friends agree that, of all the African people….Ethiopians are the most attractive. There is something about their complexion, hair and eyes that make them stand out. But the most fascinating thing about Ethiopia is its rich heritage with the oldest written language Amharic. Ralph Bennett Crignola capture some fascinating scenes of a country emerging … Continue reading

Mice Hunting In Malawi

Tsvangirayi Makwazhi’s Gallery & Story Traditionally the mice are hunted by the Ngoni people in Malawi and can be easily found displayed for sale at different local markets. Mulandi one of the boys who was selling the mice told me that he hunts the mice in his home village and travells with them to Lilongwe … Continue reading

Smiles in the Streets of Senegal

Anthony Kurtz  In the summer of 2011, I volunteered with an organization in the U.S that sends high-school kids to Senegal to do community work, in the hopes of making a difference and experiencing something out of the norm. I planned on doing a lot of personal work while on location. When I wasn’t needed, … Continue reading

Leaf Guitar by Ezequiel Galasso

Ezequiel Galasso is a world renowned industrial designer. Here is an amazing gallery of his revolutionary Leaf Guitar.

NDOTO Tanzania dream, the people.

The People Sometimes I have been in places so beyond my imagination. Then nothing else should be done then simply to record it.That’s what Aernout Overbeeke did in Tanzania. For sale at Amazon.com Buy the bookISBN  978 90 5544 789 3


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