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Beautiful portrait of mother and child as they wait for their meal to be prepared in Mutoko District, Zimbabwe. Taken on my recent photography trip to Africa with ActionAid Australia & AFAP Action on Poverty.
A sneak peek at some of my images from a recent trip to Kenya & Zimbabwe with ActionAid and AFAP Action on Poverty.
The images in this collection capture the courage, resilience and character of the farmers I met in Africa. I hope these images challenge stereotypes of what it means to experience hunger and poverty.
Check out the exhibition at Tap Gallery, Palmer Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney 16 - 21 October. Launch night Tues 16 @ 6pm.
“ Travel is a brutality. It forces you to trust strangers and to lose sight of the familiar comforts of home and friends. You are constantly off balance. Nothing is yours except the essential things - air, sleep, dreams, the sea, the sky. ”
Huge swell in Sydney’re northern beaches this week. The were rolling in way out to sea to crash into shore. These pics are from Dee Why, where I found one brave soul attempting to tame the beast.
“ The amount of satisfaction you get from life depends largely on your own ingenuity, self-sufficiency, and resourcefulness. People who wait around for life to supply their satisfaction usually find boredom instead. ”
Dr William Menninger
“ there’s a girl in new york city who calls herself the human trampoline & sometimes when I’m falling, flying or tumbling in turmoil I say “Oh, so this is what she means ”
Most inspiring and moving documentary photography project by Darcy Padilla - The Julie Project. Spanning 18 years, the photographer documents the life of Julie Baird and her struggles through poverty, drug abuse, AIDs and eventually as she faces death.