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Feeding a Crowd #WordlessWednesday #Photography

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Feeding a crowd

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4 thoughts on “Feeding a Crowd #WordlessWednesday #Photography”

  1. I love all the different colours in this photo, Esmé. The colours of the outfits and hats are brilliant. It looks like they are cooking for a lot of people. Was it a community event?

    • This is in Transkei when I visited and went to one of the Church services (brother, now retired missionary minister) for a Mother’s Day event. The Xhosas always wear very colourful outfits (even more so for formal functions) and here they cooked for the entire congregation. It’s very typical for them to feed you after a special service and as my Sister and I visited, to them its a special honour to feed us as well.


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