2014 Sept. 30: “I truly love Cape Town”

Photo album by Ntombifuthi Shabalala from Aurora Girls High School

My first visit to eKapa for the Cape Town Month of Photography where we presented our projects at Labia Theatre amongst other experts.

where am I?_0069Colourful homes, a good view in Muizenberg beach…

we live here_0074

 

we are not here_0079Get yourself wet my chomies…

we are not here_0080My friends friends are experiencing the beach for the first time since we do not have one in Johannesburg…

we are not here_0081My friends from Young Female Photographers (Aurora Girls High School), Nhlanhla Maluleka (left) and Mthabiseni Mbhele (right)…

nobody is there_0092

 

nobody is there_0104A surfer in Fish Hoek beach…

somebody is ther_0142Stillness…

colourful beach house structure_0064

 

beach house in muizenberg cape town_0067Colour heals… even beach goers…

 

Related links on Aurora Girls High School  –  2014 PhotoXP project

 

2014 July 16: Through the eyes of young women photographers
https://inkanyiso.org/2014/07/16/2014-july-16-through-the-eyes-of-young-women-photographers/

and

 

2014 July 12: From Soweto to Paris for the love of photography

https://inkanyiso.org/2014/07/13/2014-july-12-between-collaborations-and-collectivism/

and

 

2014 July 13: ” Give children cameras not candies”

https://inkanyiso.org/2014/07/13/2014-july-13-give-children-cameras-not-candies/

 

and

 

2014 Aug.1: InterGenerational conversation with current and future stars

https://inkanyiso.org/2014/08/06/2014-aug-1-intergenerational-conversation-with-current-and-future-stars/

 

 

and

 

2014 Aug. 30: Young aspiring photographers experimenting lithography

https://inkanyiso.org/2014/09/01/2014-aug-30-young-aspiring-photographers-experimenting-lithography/

 

 

and

 

 

2014 Aug. 30: Insightful analysis from the guest speaker

https://inkanyiso.org/2014/09/03/2014-aug-30-insighful-guest-visit/

 

and

 

 

2014 Aug. 28: Fine Artists on importance of being creative

https://inkanyiso.org/2014/09/10/2014-aug-28-fine-artists-on-importance-of-being-creative/

 

 

2014 Sept. 8: Manku and her niece buried next to each other

https://inkanyiso.org/2014/09/11/2014-sept-8-manku-and-her-niece-buried-next-to-each-other/
MORE DETAILS

Mail & Guardian made a mention of some yfl two weeks ago and the link is:
http://mg.co.za/article/2014-09-18-15-significant-sa-photographers-to-know

Previous PhotoXP
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCywB_Yw5v8

Thanks once again.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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