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Igbo Mother motorcycling with her babies, Iheaka Village, Enugu, Nigeria.

Igbo Mother & Her Baby Girls - Picture of The Year 2013

Igbo Mother & Her Babies
Iheaka Village, Enugu State Nigeria  #JujuFilms 

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76 thoughts on “Igbo Mother motorcycling with her babies, Iheaka Village, Enugu, Nigeria.

  1. Love this one!!! Beautiful.

    1. I love this photo. The pictures of mothers and children in Nigeria are so endearing, especially when I see so many mothers in this country (USA) who seem to neglect their children, or expect someone else to do the teaching and training while the mothers do their own thing.

      1. Thank you for your remarks, most appreciated.

  2. A great composition, against the red earth.

  3. Reblogged this on anonymousafri and commented:
    Gentle strength draped in radiant darkness.

  4. Love this image….

  5. All three are wrapped in the same fabric. How symbolic is that? A precious capturing of familial love.

    1. Cool you noticed that, this is one of my memorable shots.

  6. Beautiful shot – captures a moment, a place and culture.

    1. Thank you

  7. That is an awesome picture. I like your shots; they are really good.

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  8. Great capture! Very nice.

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  9. Who’s steering? 😉

    Classy photo!!

    1. Thank you

  10. super woman…MOTHER!

  11. A proud mother, and a beautiful one 🙂

  12. Absolutely beautiful! And thank you for visiting my blog, paintingsfromnature.wordpress.com

    1. Thank you

  13. You gotta love Africa, nice one

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  15. Cool portrait. You got it.

    1. Thank you

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  17. Great capture. Immaculate timing. Good job.

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  18. Great shot!

    1. Thank you

  19. Beautiful!

  20. Love that they’re all cocooned in the same fabric, safe together while they’re whizzing along 🙂

  21. Beautiful photo!

  22. This is another photo that I find fascinating on your blog, e se for sharing. You probably are aware that in Yoruba ladies don’t ride scooter/motrocycles like our sisters in the east. I wonder why that is? it is so much convenient and easier to get round the town. More power to you!

    1. The matriarch ranks very high in the Igbo family hierarchy especially the first female child (the Ada). I spent some time in the east and was so fascinated with the role of the women. Check out this clip http://youtu.be/rdrYASQsscA

  23. Reblogged this on First City to See the Light and commented:
    How would the “Gizzie” cops handle this one?

  24. Another great picture, thanks for sharing.
    Have reblogged

    Best wishes from the first city in the world to see the sun

    craig

    PPS

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    it’s already tomorrow in scenic and tranquil ‘little’ New Zealand

  25. Great image!

  26. Gorgeous image! Thank you for following my blog, http://stilllifewithtortillas.com

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  27. Beautiful image!

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  28. How beautiful and dear ! Thankyou

    1. Thank you

  29. Reblogged this on Discovering Photography and commented:
    Beautiful. A picture tells a thousand words.

  30. Keep you babies close at all times! Love the photo. Thank you for reading about the Servants of Charity. I think that we are not far from you!

    1. Thank you

  31. Excellent composition 🙂

    1. Thank you

  32. Great photo! 🙂

    1. Thank you Carol.

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