For millions, there exists an image of a young, blonde woman going into the forests of Africa to live among wild chimpanzees...but that is only part of the story. In 1960, 26 year old Jane Goodall set out - like no one had before - to uncover the secrets of chimpanzees, but her lifelong impact reaches far beyond what she discovered. Experience Jane's early years in Gombe that changed the world (with incredible never before seen footage) to learn the whole story. See #JANE in your city: http://bit.ly/janejgiscreenings
@simonnorfolkstudio - Pleased to see my work for the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC) featured in a new book, “AFGHANISTAN Preserving Historic Heritage” by the Aga Khan Historic Cities Programme.
Here a photograph of the restored Timur Shah Mausoleum set within a public garden adjacent to the Kabul River. One of the largest surviving Islamic monuments in central Kabul, the mausoleum of Timur Shah marks the grave of the son of Ahmad Shah Durrani, who effectively created the modern state of Afghanistan in the late eighteenth century. The mausoleum was heavily damaged in recent decades, but now restored it stands as one of the most iconic monuments in Kabul and the surrounding park provides much-needed green space in a congested part of the city.
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Evie L. Dill you believed in me when I was nothing more than a homeless kid with out a family in Chattanooga, TN. I remember you once told me and you said "Everything that happened in your life was not fair but you must see this a blessing in disguise cause your story will be told someday". You said that to me before passed.
15 years later.... Not only I became successful in my dance career and made history twice in my life, "From the streets to the stage the Journey of Fredrick Davis" documentary made it's debut at the Tivoli Theatre in Chattanooga, TN and won an Emmy last January.
Thank you Evie L. Dill, I will see you again someday and when I do there will be no more goodbyes.
“My favorite part besides all of that is when someone receives it, whether it's a Gucci Mane pillow a Be Dangerous t-shirt or what's to come. I get so excited because there's that anticipation of opening the package just so dope!” -@eyepissglitter
| #Mural | Duncan Street Miracle Garden Mural |Mural by @Gaiastreetart | Facilitated by Neighborhood Design Community • @_N_D_C_ provides free design services to local communities | Andrew Piscane is local muralist in Baltimore, who also operates International and Nationwide • Originally born and raised from Manhattan, NYC • As a child he showed interest in the Arts and with supportive parents he flourished • He later attended @MarylandInstituteCollegeofArt where he received a degree in Sculpture • At the age of 18 he considered his career to be an Artist and never looked back • He’s been doing murals for a decade now • He does one free mural a year usually in the community and this happened to the one • Introduced to the Miracle Street garden 10 years ago through MICA | Duncan Miracle Street Garden was founded in 1988 by the Pharaoh's Club, a local men association, as a way of saving the land plot from criminal activity • The area originally housed 44 outworn rowhomes,but now its a focal point and "the lungs of the neighborhood" • They also succeeded in closing the alley to transportation traffic and erecting gates • The garden went through renovation with the help of @ParksandPeople Foundation and @CivicWorksbmore in 2005; which enticed more community engagement • In 2010 garden was permanently protected by @BaltimoreGreenSpace • One of the pinnacle figures of the garden was the late Francis Brown and Lewis Sharpe • Over the years, Mr Sharpe has been actively maintaining the garden and is often looked at as the self-appointed caregiver of the establishment •The Broadway East Community holds him in high regard for the consistent beautification of the community | Facebook: Duncan Street Miracle Garden | • Curator • Founder • Photojournalist • Chief-In-Editor : @d3tconcepts / Art Director: @_dleidy_ |_________________________________________________ #thebmorecreatives#dmv#mybmore#baltimore#shotonmoment#d3tmag#streetart#graffiti#documentary#streetartistry#paint#travel#momentgear#inspo#iphone#iphonephotography#painter#painting#travelgram#architecture#graffitiart#travelphotography#portrait#portraitphotography#community