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People of Africa

2016   -  2015   -  2014   -  2013


2016   -  2015   -  2014   -  2013

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2015   -  2013

2016, People of Africa
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1st Place People of Africa: Pam Katz – At the beginning of our 6 hour hike to see the Susa Family of gorillas in Rwanda. These boys were sitting on the mountainside, as their mother worked in the fields.2nd place People of Africa: Rebecca Hirschwerk - On an early morning hunt with the Hadzabe Bushmen near Lake Eyasi, Tanzania. This was an unbelievable experience for our family! The sights, the smells, and the action!3rd Place People of Africa: Philip Coonley - Adults and children alike seemed happy to watch tourists hiking up the forest of Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park seeking the famed mountain gorillas who live above.
Pam Katz – The bright colored head scarves of these young girls were a striking difference to the lush green of the banana plantation. Musanze, Rwanda.Pam Katz – A highlight for our family was the cultural interaction with the various tribes in Tanzania, including the Maasai.Pam Katz – These children enjoyed watching the tourists begin their gorilla trekking adventures. Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda.
Pam Katz – Young girls on a beach in Zanzibar, Tanzania.Pam Katz – Hard working fishermen tend to their dhow boats off the coast of Zanzibar, Tanzania.Rebecca Douglas - Two years ago we visited this village in the Iltirisho area just outside the Mara. We returned to see our friends in 2016. The children loved the bubbles we brought and Richard was made an honorary chief.
Vikki Canfield – Children in every country love balloons! These children live near Tarangire National Park, Tanzania.Steve Jackson – We had the opportunity to visit a Maasai village enroute from the Ngorongoro Crater to the Serengeti, Tanzania.Ken Dubuque - In Ethiopia, A greeting from a few young Daasanach girls who were posing for tourist photos. I coaxed them into standing together (with one holdout) for a picture they all enjoyed seeing.