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Meet Your Photographer: Jean Luc Dushime

Meet Your Photographer, a short series that will be introducing you to the contributing photographers of yagazieemezi.com over the next couple of weeks. You will be seeing their work on here fairly often so this is an excellent way for you to get familiar with these talented folks. 

The Boys of the Lake

Young Rwandan boys playing in Lake Kivu, kids that grow up near the Lake play in the water and learn from adults how to fish, paddle wooden canoes.

"Through my work, I want to celebrate the resiliency of the human soul and highlight the unbreakable strength of our spirits to bounce back after tragedies. My goal is to educate,challenge assumptions,foster understanding and bring communities together."

Read more + more images

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Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic

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yagazieemezi:

Meet Your Photographer: Jean Luc Dushime

Meet Your Photographer, a short series that will be introducing you to the contributing photographers of yagazieemezi.com over the next couple of weeks. You will be seeing their work on here fairly often so this is an excellent way for you to get familiar with these talented folks. 

The Boys of the Lake

Young Rwandan boys playing in Lake Kivu, kids that grow up near the Lake play in the water and learn from adults how to fish, paddle wooden canoes.

"Through my work, I want to celebrate the resiliency of the human soul and highlight the unbreakable strength of our spirits to bounce back after tragedies. My goal is to educate,challenge assumptions,foster understanding and bring communities together."

Read more + more images

Website / Facebook / Twitter 

Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic

yagazieemezi:

"VERKOEL” – COOL OFF BY THIRZA SCHAAP

During the hot summer days at the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa, locals frequently come to the beach to “verkoel“, which means “to cool off” in Afrikaans. A resident of Cape Town herself, BRANSCH artist Thirza Schaap shot this personal series documenting the sunny daily life of South African youth having fun at the beach.

Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram

Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic

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yagazieemezi:

"VERKOEL” – COOL OFF BY THIRZA SCHAAP

During the hot summer days at the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa, locals frequently come to the beach to “verkoel“, which means “to cool off” in Afrikaans. A resident of Cape Town herself, BRANSCH artist Thirza Schaap shot this personal series documenting the sunny daily life of South African youth having fun at the beach.

Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram

Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic