1.08.2010

ALEXANDRA HUDDLESTON: Timbuktu

Daily Life in Black and White: Timbuktu, Mali
Photograph (c) Alexandra Huddleston /All Rights Reserved

Divine Knowledge: Timbuktu, Mali
Photograph (c) Alexandra Huddleston /All Rights Reserved

Divine Knowledge: Timbuktu, Mali
Photograph (c) Alexandra Huddleston /All Rights Reserved

Daily Life in Black and White: Timbuktu, Mali
Photograph (c) Alexandra Huddleston /All Rights Reserved

Daily Life in Black and White: Timbuktu, Mali
Photograph (c) Alexandra Huddleston /All Rights Reserved

ALEXANDRA HUDDLESTON, an International Documentary Photographer, spent a year photographing in Timbuktu on a Fulbright Scholarship. She states she wants "to open doors between cultures and individuals through photography and, in so doing, to enable them to decide how and if they want to change their worlds."

ALEXANDRA HUDDLESTON WEBSITE

7 comments:

Bea said...

Love these. :)Bea

Caio Fernandes said...

the first photo with the wall and mules is something unique .
the last one capture me by beauty and good humor .

this is so rare to find a generous and realist sentence as : "to enable then to decide how and if ...."

this " ...them to decide how... " ins't found in many humanitarians .
She is right .

Emm said...

Hi Elizabeth! I just wanted to say hi and to tell you how I appreciate your blog. I love browsing through all of the photos and learning about the various artists. Mostly, they inspire me to be a better photographer.

amatamari© said...

Magnificent!

little augury said...

These are beautiful, the young girl with perfect posture- innocence and womanhood-carrying it all round the orange glow. I would love to see a series of these wonderful passages-
GT

Ange said...

For who says they should change... She is right. Should we not change rather? Mali is a very moving country...

Timbuktu mali said...

Nice pics. There are different mosques in Mali. Djenneis very famous place in Mali. It is most visited place by the muslims. You can see the beautiful architecture in the mosque.The great mosque of djenne was built on an elevated platform of 62,500 square feet.