© Luko G-R
Port Vila (Vli)
As for women, booze and billiards are a no-no, they will then focus on music and singing.
Taking advantge of their placid and compassionate minds, various churches endlessly try to enroll them into their soulkeeping programs, like there was no respite for any kind of human exploitation.
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Les regards, les regards, quelle ambiance, t'as rajouté du grain ? ça le fait bien ..
Vert, jaune, jaune, vert. J'aime bien :) Tu joues bien :) T'es fair ply quoi :)
That processing I'm sorry to say doesn't work for me. The quality is lacking here Luko...at least for me.
Love this. The texture is incredible...the yellow tones soaking throughout, great. That woman on the left looks like a more folksy Aretha Franklin. I would love to hear this song.
You're texturally in Shailendra territory here, buddy, thinking back to his wok on Mauritius... I like the position of the fourth character a little below the three Arethras...
Nice, even with all the grain, or maybe because of it. Those faces light up the night. The commentary is very post-colonial of you, I must say. . .