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@claaudiv
Sopot, Poland

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Sotiris can't focus in the dark, vol. 2

Kodak Ultramax 400 @ 800
@fisigma
Vitosha Mountain, Bulgaria

Sotiris can't focus in the dark, vol. 2 Kodak Ultramax 400 @ 800

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@pausemedia
Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens

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Shila Jogi at home, spending quality time with her family. At home they do a wide variety of chores, like fishing from ponds, raising poultry and collecting wood from forests. Image credit : Abhijit Chakraborty @ovonlyov
@sahapedia.frames
Purulia

Shila Jogi at home, spending quality time with her family. At home they do a wide variety of chores, like fishing from ponds, raising poultry and collecting wood from forests. Image credit : Abhijit Chakraborty @ovonlyov

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@africaallah_
New Providence, The Bahamas

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Saint Lucia, July 2018 | @tpj
@cjs1022

Saint Lucia, July 2018 | @tpj

Herders Zaidu, (c) Mohammed, 10, (l) and Abibakar, 6, pose for a photo outside of Makoli Vilage in Barkin Ladi, Nigeria on Tuesday, October 23, 2018. Makoli Village was saved by the Fulani herders belonging to that community when masked gunmen attempted to attack in June 2018. 
A long battle over territory between herders and farmers in Nigeria’s Middle Belt has escalated exponentially with more than 1300 deaths since January. Growing animosity between ethnic groups, a lack of security, inaccurate reporting, overpopulation and climate change has fomented this increase in violence in recent years especially leading up to next years elections. 
Despite the divisive chaos, a small group of multi-ethnic men and women, including those from the clashing Berom and Fulani tribes, have joined together to form the Vigilante Group of Nigeria: Barkin Ladi Division. Together they are intermediaries for all victims-no matter their creed- as trust between different ethnic groups and security forces are heavily strained. Read more in this week’s @washingtonpost (Link in bio) 
A huge thank you to the @pulitzercenter for their support for this project. Written wonderfully by @instabearak with a beautiful edit by @olivierclaurent 
#nigeria #jos #plateau #middlebelt #farmersherders #vigilantegroupofnigeria #photojournalism
@janehahn

Herders Zaidu, (c) Mohammed, 10, (l) and Abibakar, 6, pose for a photo outside of Makoli Vilage in Barkin Ladi, Nigeria on Tuesday, October 23, 2018. Makoli Village was saved by the Fulani herders belonging to that community when masked gunmen attempted to attack in June 2018. A long battle over territory between herders and farmers in Nigeria’s Middle Belt has escalated exponentially with more than 1300 deaths since January. Growing animosity between ethnic groups, a lack of security, inaccurate reporting, overpopulation and climate change has fomented this increase in violence in recent years especially leading up to next years elections. Despite the divisive chaos, a small group of multi-ethnic men and women, including those from the clashing Berom and Fulani tribes, have joined together to form the Vigilante Group of Nigeria: Barkin Ladi Division. Together they are intermediaries for all victims-no matter their creed- as trust between different ethnic groups and security

“My kite just crashed.” / 18-12-15, Zhuhai. #zhuhai
@robertluobo

“My kite just crashed.” / 18-12-15, Zhuhai. #zhuhai

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