The 1950s saw the desecration of the Osun-Osogbo Grove and prohibited actions like fishing, hunting and felling of trees in the grove took place until the abuse was stopped by Osogbo people with the participation of Susanne Wenger.
“The African must be able to tell his/her story, mainly from the African eye using Photography and history not just for those here and around today but with the ultimate aim of reaching out to generations unborn. A people with the knowledge of their own HISTORY are proud people. Africa is contributing its part in the information highway and with the internet at our disposal, there’s never a better time to do so.”
Lagos, a city of Smiles, struggle, colors, people, frenzy and that Adrenalin rush, stands for many things to different people..
In Nigeria, just about three months ago, the coronavirus sounded like some faraway disease ravaging China and it was easily … More
Bolaji Alonge, aka “Eyes of a Lagos Boy” is an artist, photographer, actor and journalist from Lagos, Nigeria. He organized his first showcase in the United States at Baza Studio in New York on 12th February.
Juxtaposed Red Sea,Gulf of Oman and the Indian Ocean encounters in pictures and a bonus video.
Lagos state, a vast expanse of lagoon, creeks and estuaries with substantial coastal terrain cannot fail to be both a place of interest and enigma. The coastal terrain is Kerala, Amazon and some deep rainforests in South East Asia combined.
Please watch video below. Bolaji Alonge is an Artiste, International Photographer and Blogger from Lagos, Nigeria who … More
The home of Africa’s first Nobel Laureate (Literature) Prof. Wole Soyinka has been rampaged once again by notorious herdsmen, making … More
The Gulf of Guinea off the coast of Nigeria has some ship wrecks scattered around the huge body of water, making it ideal for some of the most hidden and exclusive Dive sites in the world, filled with history and marine life.
“never say this piece of earth is mine, you cannot own anything of this world”