Photos by Francesco Giusti.
The fifth photograph is more than beautiful.
An incredible, deep, and interesting work. What men are wearing is very attractive, and makes me wonder a lot.
sorry dude but i think this collection it more of the same :(
but technically its perfect.
The 4th one..like
there is something about the last one that really holds my eye…
but, honestly, all of them are great. nice post!
Where were these taken? I just travelled to Ghana and I also met some great subjects: http://www.alessandrarizzotti.com/art/GHANA.html
last one is impressive
These people look like they’re waiting their turn to get auditioned on a talent show!
– Noticed how the how they’re all captured in the centre of the frame in a variety of very interesting outfits.
I invite you to see also the Daniele Tamagni’s work “Gentlemen of Bacongo”
these all look like Seydou Keïta photos
to the guy in the 10th photo: WERQQQ!!!!!
ahahah! I was thinking the same thing, FIERCE! Though really the two little girls in the second image, so breath taking, all are stunning, love the contrast of the colors
they all have so much character. Absolutely charming.
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