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Art

Created by the art of intimacy.

Born in a setting of art.

Raised by the art of love.

Grew up in the art of wisdom.

Learned from the art of knowledge.

Lived in the womb of art.

Art was born in me.

It is present in everything I see and touch.

Art illuminates my daily life.

It brings colors to my dark days,

And light to my soul.

It is my duty to speak in the name of art,

And share its love all around me.

Be the art that you were meant to be.

~Steffi Saint-Pierre~

daeizm:

I’m not the same soul I once was. A lot has changed. A lot had to change. So you shouldn’t expect out of me what I embodied in the past. For that part of me no longer exists.

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twoeyinhaiti:

accras:

Mango diversity (in Haiti)

Haitian fruit - the freshest

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mydearbrooklyn:

some sidewalk poetry for ya soul ☀️

fuckyeahyoga:

Willow Smith “Sending Love Frequencies To This Beautiful Tree” (via.)

expandandfloaton:

This just in! This just in! We have breaking news! The sun has come up! The sun is rising! The sun is rising in the East. Would you look at that marvelous spectacle? What a powerful sight that is to see!

expandandfloaton:

This just in! This just in! We have breaking news! The sun has come up! The sun is rising! The sun is rising in the East. Would you look at that marvelous spectacle? What a powerful sight that is to see!

(via yoga9vipassana)

tontonmichel:


Joy for what’s coming.

tontonmichel:

Joy for what’s coming.

(via haitianknottydread)

I have to remind myself sometimes that even when I feel like I don’t matter, I do. We get so blinded by other people’s light that we forget to enjoy our own. Your stars are just as bright, important and lovely. We are all flawed. We are all trying. We all have work to do. Remember your worth and acknowledge your hard work thus far.
Glow worm, Alex Elle (via alexandraelle)

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basava:

The Ancient Art of Honey Hunting in Nepal

The Gurange tribes of Nepal have been collecting honey from Himalayan cliffs for centuries. The Gurung are master honey hunters, risking their lives collecting honeycomb using nothing more than handmade rope ladders and long sticks known as tangos.

Most of the honey bees’ nests are located on steep, inaccessible, southwest facing cliffs to avoid predators and for increased exposure to direct sunlight.

Aside from the dangers of falling, they are harvesting honey from the largest honey bees in the world. The Himalayan honey bee can grow up to 3 cm in length.

Before a hunt can commence, the honey hunters are required to perform a ceremony to placate the cliff gods. This involves sacrificing a sheep, offering flowers, fruits and rice, and praying to the cliff gods to ensure a safe hunt.

Photographer Andrew Newey spent two weeks living with the Gurung in central Nepal, documenting the risks and skill involved in this dying tradition.

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The worst distance between two people is misunderstanding.
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yagazieemezi:

Adolphus Opara: 

Written by  OnoBello.com

Born 1981, Adolphus Opara started out working in a then major art gallery in Lagos where he gained ample experience. His passion for photography grew as a result of the constant contact he had with both local and international practitioners when he worked at the art gallery. For the first 3-4years of his career as a photographer, he travelled well around the country and continent documenting different festivals and events of cultural show.

He later delved into documentary photography where he has been nominated and selected for master classes and workshops around Africa. He has covered assignments for notable organizations and his works have been published in magazines, books and websites that include; The Financial Times (FT), Bloomberg, BBC, Associated Press (AP), The Independent, Private magazine, Time Out Nigeria, British Airways Highlife Magazine, World Press Photo Enter, Klang Sehen, New African Magazine and Nigerians Behind the lens.

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