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In this series of images entitled Ethiopian RGB (referring to the color model), I want to unveil some of the precious colors and its combinations… Read More
In this series of images entitled Ethiopian RGB (referring to the color model), I want to unveil some of the precious colors and its combinations that shape Ethiopian lands and their people. Always in a delicate balance between humble attitudes and arrogant natural beauty, these images also reflect my travel experiences and life philosophy. Read Less
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In this series of images, entitled Ethiopian RGB, I want to unveil some of the precious colors that shape Ethiopian lands, culture and people, as opposed to the rather common grey preconception of the country. Always in a delicate balance between humble attitudes and arrogant natural beauty, these images also reflect my travel experiences and life philosophy.
 
 
 
Red - Erta Ale eruptions result into stunning abstract and even spiritual performances
 
Green - Ethiopian highlands reflect the beauty of the country and the population care for land
 
Blue - A shepherd covered with colorful local clothes seeks shelter at 2500m
 
The endemic Gelada loves grasslands; time for a nap on the cliffs now.
 
Yellow - A soldier secures the access to the sulfur fields close to the Eritrean border
 
White - Lalibela's monolithic rock-cut churches treasure rich traditions
 
Black - Kinds and shadows play before lunch time in Debark

© Ray Vuilsen 2013