Photographer's Note

In January 2008 a flooding event hit the Tete Province of Mocambique. I arrive there in mid February and spend three months working in a devastated city called (not because of the flooding but due to the last civil war)Mutarara. I also spend a month in the mdlle of the Zambezi valley in a god forgotten place called Doa. However...I took a week off and went to Ihla de of the most beautyful places in Southern Africa. Ilha is a sand bar that served as Portuguese capital for what today is Mocambique. The majority of the population are Muslims. The town is a UNESCO world heritage. It is a sleepy town worth a visit.

I have been experimenting with my camera and basically all my pictures are taken with a Temperature of between 7100-9900 K and with a polarizer. This is why it looks as it were oxidize.



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