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Hans Silvester photograph...great natural addition..

People from the Omo Valley ~ Mursi & Surma people, southern Ethiopia ~ by Hans Silvester.

Expressions are everything.  This young gorilla is the most playful animal I have come across. Curious of the camera he left his mother's side for a closer look and then pulled one of the best faces. So much like our own kids.    #rwanda #africa #gorilla #kid #child #photography #photo #wild #wildlife #animals #travel #travelphotography #featuremeteds #shootproofme #rawmoments #nikon #face #grin #tripstagram #love #instadaily #potd #photooftheday

Expressions are everything. This young gorilla is the most playful animal I have come across. Curious of the camera he left his mother's side for a closer look and then pulled one of the best faces. So much like our own kids. #rwanda #africa #gorilla #kid #child #photography #photo #wild #wildlife #animals #travel #travelphotography #featuremeteds #shootproofme #rawmoments #nikon #face #grin #tripstagram #love #instadaily #potd #photooftheday

Dance, Gbenro K Sholanke on flickr

I wish I could go back to Africa and see the children dance again. Just the site of the children dancing warms your heart :)

Follow the link to Take Action On This Issue: "Don’t believe the NRA’s misinformation campaign – the Arms Trade Treaty isn’t about taking guns away from law-abiding Americans. It’s about making sure that no child is ever forced to stand on either side of a weapon, no matter where they live."

This child soldier carries his rifle through the streets on patrol. The ironic part of this picture is his backpack saying "Lets Go to School". His future will unfortunately probably not involve going to school at any point.

One of the most pathetic aspects of perennial war in Africa: Child soldiers in Angola (during the civil war) taking a smoke break, 1976

One of the most pathetic aspects of perennial war in Africa: Child soldiers in Angola (during the civil war) taking a smoke break, 1976

Invisible Children

July Refugee children wait for food distribution in one of the hardest stricken regions by civil war. Photography by Ernst Schade/ Hollandse Hoogte

A conglomeration of ideas, I took an old frame and ran jute from side to side, then hung note cards my friend painted representing children from around the world. It helps me get the "global" effect I'm going for in my living room. The photos in the Africa silhouette frame are ones I compiled a few years ago from a missions trip. The remaining signs and vinyl phrase were bought at half price from Hobby Lobby. :)

A conglomeration of ideas, I took an old frame and ran jute from side to side, then hung note cards my friend painted representing children from around the world. It helps me get the "global" effect I'm going for in my living room. The photos in the Africa silhouette frame are ones I compiled a few years ago from a missions trip. The remaining signs and vinyl phrase were bought at half price from Hobby Lobby. :)

Photographs give evidence of moments in a lifetime. This photo, taken on January 28, 2013 shows Morukirion Karunon, a mother who is returning to her hut with her three children. In this photo, the family is on the right side, leaving room to show their living and weather conditions. This area was affected by the 2011 drought in the Horn of Africa.

kenya: a woman and her 3 children return to their hut (photo: UNICEF)

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