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“Have you ever cried about something so vast, you could not begin to describe it? A looming threat so enveloping, that you feel is a kind of suffocation, a premonition that at any minute you could be swallowed, forgotten and made invisible by force.”

The Moral judgement of Butterflies, K.Eltinaé

We are a nation of master builders / So bring mortar / Let’s Build, build build,

/ A theatre and a club / A factory and a post office /

war, no, no, no ”

Mahjoub Sherif

Khartoum in May

Khartoum Collage 1/2

Khartoum Collage 2

Khartoum in May

Ethnographic Museum Khartoum

The Khartoum Acropole

Sudanese Moments

Working Hands

Khartoum Scenes

3 comments on “Another Khartoum

  1. John Poole says:

    That opening poetic quote is so poignant. For those in touch with Sudanese in Khartoum at this time, it is so apposite.

    I’ve printed it out to read a few more times today as it helps me feel the bewildered pain of my friends in Sudan at this time.

    Thank you!


  2. Michele Vick says:

    These are exceptional. A walk down memory lane for me. Thank you for this.


  3. Thank you for these beautiful photos. A walk down memory lane for me!


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