…That I live in!
By now I’m sure you all know the situation in Nigeria with the 200+ schoolgirls that were kidnapped by the terrorist organisation ‘Boko Haram’. It took three weeks before the Nigerian Govt. took any action, quite possibly due to the ‘International’ outcry. The leader of the terror organisation has sworn to sell these very young girls as wives & sex slaves.
I attended the #BringBackOurGirls ‘Solidarity Protest’ and was filming a test with a new camera. Here are some pulled frame-grabs.
There should be no rest until ALL of the girls are returned. Please play a little part by sharing all links. Thank you so much everyone.
Was really just a ‘Diva’?
Nah, just kiddin’. Only saying goodbye to a macro lens that I never use 😦
You might be going thru… there is always light at the end of the tunnel!
This is to all readers and fans and especially to my friend (and fan) recovering from a cancer-related double operation.
PS. Sorry WordPress resizes pics and they are so small… anyone know how to fix that?
Well actually it’s eerrrmmmm ‘art’ by London Underground staff 😉
Oh no, not another ‘selfie’.
With Biyi Bandele – the first time feature director at the screening of his film ‘Half Of A Yellow Sun’ an adaptation of the same-named novel by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.