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Patricia Mhike, Gladys Ngwenya and Blessing Shayanewako (left to right) from the Chaitemura Chavakuseva group fetching water for the field in the E Africa farming school, Wedza, Zimbabwe. (2011, Photo © Jon Macpherson/ Progressio)

Patricia Mhike, Gladys Ngwenya and Blessing Shayanewako (left to right) from the Chaitemura Chavakuseva group fetching water for the field in the E Africa farming school, Wedza, Zimbabwe.

India | Banjara woman collecting water. Andhra Pradesh | ©Robert Harding

I would plan to go visit the Banjara people who mostly live in Kutch, Gujarat. They are the textile experts!

"Perhaps a third of the black population is believed to have sought a better life outside Zimbabwe" Zimbabwe: the Bradt Guide; www.bradtguides.com

"Perhaps a third of the black population is believed to have sought a better…

XIMA/CHIMA. Há quem escreva Xima e quem considere mais correcto escrever Chima, como é o meu caso. "Mamana" preparando a chima, feita com farinha de milho. Foto in Google- 2013. Na região da Beira é mais conhecida por Ufa. Na antiga Rodezia e regiões fronteiriças de Moç. é : Sadza Em Angola por : Fuba. Chima ( ou Xima) é um prato tipico moçambicano. A Chima genuina e tradicional é feita com farinha de milho.

"I hope this is an inspiration to women" Captain Irene Koki Mutungi of

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Botswana women cooking some traditional food during the "Patlo", traditional Botswana wedding. View On Black © 2006 Antonio Esposito

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See 19 photos from 265 visitors to Republic of Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe Elephant Back Safari by Nomad Africa Adventure Tours, via Flickr

Zimbabwe Elephant Back Safari by Nomad Africa Adventure Tours

Walking to the edge of the Batoka Gorge (Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe) with Sylvester at The Elephant Camp

épinglé par ❃❀CM❁✿⊱Walking to the edge of the Batoka Gorge (Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe) with Sylvester at The Elephant Camp

Zimbabwe - On the road - a strip road. I've looked and looked for a picture of this. Miles of 2 tarmac strips for the tires.When we went to live in Zimbabwe in 1977 the road from Beit Bridge to Harare looked like this. What an adventure.

Zimbabwe - On the road - a strip road. I've looked and looked for a picture of this. Miles of 2 tarmac strips for the tires.When we went to live in Zimbabwe in 1977 the road from Beit Bridge to Harare looked like this.

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It tastes just like a Tortilla! They use Camel 'dung' to start fire.

In the kitchen

In the kitchen

A mother in Zimbabwe. Pinned because she's wearing her baby in a simple piece of cloth.

Shot in an extremely low light situation within a traditional hut.

Africa | A girl in Malawi heading down to the lake to do the washing |

How woman live their daily lives in Haiti. This woman is carrying what it looks like to be her laundry, to do her chores of her household.

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Zimbabwe: Evicted White Farmers Launch Fresh Bid for Compensation

I had just finished an indoor shoot in Mutare, Zimbabwe and I walked outside to see the last few minutes of soft golden light quickly disapearing. I hurried along until I found a family working a field. I asked for permission then took a variety of shots. My point here, don't waste good light, find something or someone worthy of it. ISO 1600 SS 1/5000 sec @ f 4.5 (Note: Shooting in Manual and my previous setting for indoors thus the high ISO and I just took my shutter speed up to compensate)

I had just finished an indoor shoot in Mutare, Zimbabwe and I walked outside to see the last few minutes of soft golden light quickly disapearing. I hurried along until I found a family working a field. I asked for permission then took a variety of shots. My point here, don't waste good light, find something or someone worthy of it. ISO 1600 SS 1/5000 sec @ f 4.5 (Note: Shooting in Manual and my previous setting for indoors thus the high ISO and I just took my shutter speed up to compensate)

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