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Having been born in the Middle East and growing up in London, Admas Habtelasie has made regular visits to his parent’s homeland, Eritrea, since childhood.

After receiving his MA from the London College of Communication (formerly the London College of Printing) in photojournalism and documentary photography, he traveled to Eritrea in 2005 to begin work on what was to become “Limbo”, an examination the country’s past, future and present. Admas traveled to Eritrea again in 2008 to complete the project, which culminated in an exhibition at Light Work, where he had been an artist-in-residence.

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September: Highlighting African Photographers

Hazy scenes of life in various parts of Algeria photographed by Franco-Algerian photographer Bruno Boudjelal over a ten-year period, starting in 1993. Published in his 2009 book Disquiet Days / Jours intranquilles, the series consists of a collection of a highly personal visual perspective of Boudjelal’s journey across a country he had become unfamiliar with in some ways.

Through this series of intimate complex interactions, these images speak profoundly to Boudjelal’s position as an insider-outsider in Algeria, which can often be seen through the distance illustrated between the eye of Boudjelal’s inquisitive lens and the subjects in his photographs.

September: Highlighting African Photographers

"Unlucky fisherman" by Amine Fassi.

Rabat, Morocco.

Lagos, Nigeria

korrespondens:

Urban vs Rurual.

Bukoba, Tanzania

MOROCCO. Near Tabant (Ait Bouguemmez). Berber women cutting grass for their cattle fodder. 1988.

© Bruno Barbey/Magnum Photos

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tobycphoto:

Cape Coast, Ghana

tobycphoto:

Cape Coast, Ghana

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lovelyjubblyphotosets:

Requested by hamsterangst~ Cape Town

I love this city.

kilele:

Aerial view of Luanda’s shoreline, Angola

Photo by Neil Walton

Whoa, anyone know what’s going on there?

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Algerian coastline.

ashlyndiazxo:

This place was just beautiful. #Bilene #Mozambique

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nubiaat:

A camel resting in the shade, Gharb Sehel, #Aswan #Nubia

جمل يستريح في ظل شجرة، غرب سهيل  #أسوان #نوبة

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detailsyaramel:

Latest biggest craving.@ Vilanculos Mozambique

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xamarcadey:

Mogadishu beach