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Sep 12 2014

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Sep 09 2014
huffingtonpost:

What Happened When A Biracial Woman Was Photoshopped In 18 Different Countries
"I was taught that my natural self did not comply with conventional standards set forth by society, saying fairer skin is better, straighter hair is more attractive, and that skinny tastes good," Priscilla Yuki Wilson said.
See all 25 versions of versions by 18 different photo editors across the world of here. 

I’ll never say it enough. Don’t always believe what u c!!!

huffingtonpost:

What Happened When A Biracial Woman Was Photoshopped In 18 Different Countries

"I was taught that my natural self did not comply with conventional standards set forth by society, saying fairer skin is better, straighter hair is more attractive, and that skinny tastes good," Priscilla Yuki Wilson said.

See all 25 versions of versions by 18 different photo editors across the world of here. 

I’ll never say it enough. Don’t always believe what u c!!!

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global-fashions:

David Tlale - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2015

Winner: EVERYTHING! Give David Tlale all the awards!

Behold 2 very distinct collections that easily can be blended into one opulent royal party to end all parties. Every single look is ON POINT!

That’s it, I’m done for the night, why even bother looking at one more runway show, they won’t be even close to this greatness.

GOODNIGHT TUMBLR!

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nativeamericannews:

Indian Relay Championships in Sheridan, WY this Weekend; Sept 12-14th
The Professional Indian Horse Racing Association All Nations Indian Relay Championships will be Sept. 12-14 at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.Over 30 teams representing 15 Indian nations from across North America will compete for more than $50,000 in prizes and jackets and buckles.

nativeamericannews:

Indian Relay Championships in Sheridan, WY this Weekend; Sept 12-14th

The Professional Indian Horse Racing Association All Nations Indian Relay Championships will be Sept. 12-14 at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.
Over 30 teams representing 15 Indian nations from across North America will compete for more than $50,000 in prizes and jackets and buckles.

(Source: ndnsports.com)

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Sep 07 2014
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fotojournalismus:

Festival of the Good Death Celebrated in Cachoeira, Brazil

The Afro-Brazilian Sisterhood of the Good Death is made up of female descendants of slaves, all age 50 and over, and honours both Catholic traditions and Afro-Brazilian Candomble religious rites. The sisterhood is believed to be the oldest organization for women of African descent in the Americas. The state of Bahia received at least 1.2 million slaves from Africa and remains the most African of Brazilian states, where blacks make up around 80 percent of the population.

Photos by Mario Tama/Getty Images — August 14-17, 2014.

(via africaninsights)

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Sep 03 2014
love-bugbite:

Wow…I hope I look this good at 70!

love-bugbite:

Wow…I hope I look this good at 70!

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eboni-health-advisor:

“OLDEST BODY BUILDER ERNESTINE SHEPHERD ”


She is 76 years old “he started working out in her 50′s which truly shows no one is ever too old to get fit! She was trained by a former Mr. America.” “She runs 10 miles or more a day? How many of us can’t even run 1 mile at a time?”

“If we, as women and men, truly look to our elders, like Mrs. Ernestine Shepherd, we could learn so much. Its time that we, as people, find a true purpose. We write so much on the negative issues in our world, when we there are wonderful examples of the good side of our world like Mrs. Shepherd. If we could really focus on self preservation, respecting others and helping others in what we do, God would be so pleased. Let’s get inspired by this angel of a woman that should make anyone jump up and get a heads start on being fit for life. We’re running at this moment….!! Lol”


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Sep 02 2014
congofuture:

Breaking the Silence Congo Week is a week of activities that commemorates the millions of lives lost in the Congo conflict while celebrating the enormous human and natural potential that exists in the country. Communities throughout the globe join in partnership with Congolese each year on the third week of October to screen films, hold teach-ins and forums, organize rallies, host fundraisers, put on concerts and undertake many other activities to elevate the profile of the Congo throughout the globe. Students and community organizers initiated Congo Week in 2008. Religious leaders, scholars, intellectuals, artists, and ordinary people throughout the globe also got involved to acknowledge the lives of the Congolese people and their pursuit for human dignity.
Visit www.congoweek.org and sign up at www.congoevents.org

congofuture:

Breaking the Silence Congo Week is a week of activities that commemorates the millions of lives lost in the Congo conflict while celebrating the enormous human and natural potential that exists in the country. Communities throughout the globe join in partnership with Congolese each year on the third week of October to screen films, hold teach-ins and forums, organize rallies, host fundraisers, put on concerts and undertake many other activities to elevate the profile of the Congo throughout the globe. Students and community organizers initiated Congo Week in 2008. Religious leaders, scholars, intellectuals, artists, and ordinary people throughout the globe also got involved to acknowledge the lives of the Congolese people and their pursuit for human dignity.

Visit www.congoweek.org and sign up at www.congoevents.org

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blackmalemodels:

Shaun Ross photographed by Casey Vange

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“Lokuta eyaka na ascenseur kasi vérité eyei na escalier mpe ekomi” (le mensonge prend l’ascenceur tandis que la vérité prend les escaliers mais fini toujours par arriver).

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Aug 31 2014
beautiful-wildlife:

Kwando King by Bob Pietrowski

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incolorandinrhyme:

Self PortraitPrinceton, New Jersey
photos by Raymond T. Perkins III
Where was I going with this picture?
This image was another experiment with off camera flash, shadows, and composition. Typically, I shoot in portrait mode, but I used a square frame. I wanted to accentuate the gaze in this photo. The square frame allowed me to align the gaze with diagonal of the frame. I also used a vignette to emphasize the eyes as the initial point of the gaze.  I also wanted to emphasize depth in my face with shadows, but subtly. I used the tone curve and decreased blacks and shadows. I like images that capture the entire monochromatic spectrum. Thus, I raised the whites and highlights. 

incolorandinrhyme:

Self Portrait
Princeton, New Jersey

photos by Raymond T. Perkins III

Where was I going with this picture?

This image was another experiment with off camera flash, shadows, and composition. Typically, I shoot in portrait mode, but I used a square frame. I wanted to accentuate the gaze in this photo. The square frame allowed me to align the gaze with diagonal of the frame. I also used a vignette to emphasize the eyes as the initial point of the gaze.  I also wanted to emphasize depth in my face with shadows, but subtly. I used the tone curve and decreased blacks and shadows. I like images that capture the entire monochromatic spectrum. Thus, I raised the whites and highlights. 

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fashioningmytemple:

Holy Trinity

fashioningmytemple:

Holy Trinity

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naturalblkguysrock:

Yelloboy Photography

naturalblkguysrock:

Yelloboy Photography

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