Highlighting African Photographers

Loved these pics, needed to share, a beautiful depiction of a devastating natural disaster.

Things We Lost in the Flood“ by August Udoh.

Nigerian photojournalist August Udoh’s documentation on the residents of Kogi State affected by the devastating floods that hit the region, in 2012, that displaced around one million people in the state.

“Photography is important because as a Nigerian I observe we forget a lot of things, we forget where we come from,who we are, where we are heading to. We left behind a lot of our history hence why we have a lot of our society with identity problem, everybody is struggling to be someone else, so in order not to forget, I have a passion to remind the society of who we are through my photographs”August Udoh

September: Highlighting African Photographers

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