Click to preview Faces and colors of Mali photo book

Everyday life at the towns of Bamako and Mopti. Crowded markets, lively streets. The night falls, shadows are running away...

Kids are playing at the river Niger. The feeding, irrigating, transferring river Niger: A place to play, to swim, to wash, to sell, to sail, to live…

In Djenne, the Monday market gathers, under the shadow of the mud-made Mosquee, all kinds of goods and faces from the surrounding villages…

So deeply religious, the Timbuctoo Muslims pray together, to bring Allah closer…

So young in heart, the crazy old Dogon dance to chase and celebrate death. Drums are echoing in the night…

Disease, war and hunger? Yes. Yet, everyone seems happy…

Naturally. We're in AFRICA


About the Author

Ilias Hatzakis
ilias Athens, Greece

Publish Date  October 16, 2009

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  118 pgs Standard Paper

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iluvafrica says

You have captured the splendor of the wonderful people of Mali! It is terrific to view the quality of your photos.
Maybe you will appreciate "Solange's Village" - in Burkina Faso.

posted at 01:53pm Nov 08 PST

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