Kuangalia « A look is in any country a language ”George Herbert. « I use animals to educate men » Jean de la Fontaine Kuangalia, it’s Swahili: look, a look, to look… African souls through their eyes … They who are disappearing little by little in the image of the color of life, which is also slowly disappearing, suddenly.I consider that we are in the phase of balance so fragile in black & white, still carrying hope for a better world. Life hangs by a thread on the scale of time … Each soul is on the verge of rocking. May they never know the end of this era and end up forgotten, at the bottom of an attic in the heart of an old tanned leather book, as a sepia memory of a savannah lost forever. Between smile, hope, uncertainty, melancholy and sadness … This is what I feel through their eyes during my last three trips to the heart of Masai-Mara in Kenya. The quotes borrowed from a wide variety of authors accentuate the feelings perceived through...
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