The Geographic

fyeahafrica:

A Rwandan policeman washes his hands in a stream after helping a group to plant trees in Giti Cy’inyoni
A convoy of caravans carrying 229 African farmers, pastoralists, members of women’s groups, youth and other community activists from 10 African countries has travelled more than 7,000km (4,350 miles) on a campaigning road trip. The ‘caravanites’ made the journey from Burundi to the UN climate change conference in Durban, South Africa, to raise awareness of global warming.
Photograph: James Akena/PACJA/ActionAid

fyeahafrica:

A Rwandan policeman washes his hands in a stream after helping a group to plant trees in Giti Cy’inyoni

A convoy of caravans carrying 229 African farmers, pastoralists, members of women’s groups, youth and other community activists from 10 African countries has travelled more than 7,000km (4,350 miles) on a campaigning road trip. The ‘caravanites’ made the journey from Burundi to the UN climate change conference in Durban, South Africa, to raise awareness of global warming.

Photograph: James Akena/PACJA/ActionAid

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I complain about all of these things, it’s ridiculous how insignificant they really are.

I complain about all of these things, it’s ridiculous how insignificant they really are.

(Source: vindikateor, via cmyyk)

samuelcarl:

Satellite picture of the Great Lakes on a cloudless day in late August 2011.

samuelcarl:

Satellite picture of the Great Lakes on a cloudless day in late August 2011.

f-a-d-i-n-g-a-w-a-y:

Everyone should give a second of there time to reblog this. Instead of reblog girls in crops tops.
I love this. It just shows love, pure and simple love.

This is beautiful. I would give anything to go back to Africa. 

f-a-d-i-n-g-a-w-a-y:

Everyone should give a second of there time to reblog this. Instead of reblog girls in crops tops.

I love this. It just shows love, pure and simple love.

This is beautiful. I would give anything to go back to Africa. 

(via cmyyk)