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Chikelene Market
"I was in the market and I saw a woman selling charcoal with her daughters. She was very pleased because she saw me with the camera and wanted me to take a photograph. So I took one and I liked it because the photo came out very well. I would like to be able to take more photos in the future if I'm lucky."

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author of this photograph:

Antonio Arlindo
Maputo project participant

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Posted 3:24PM on Wednesday, August 15, 2007 Pacific Time


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