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  • Eleanna Fragaki

    The Faces of the World in the Photography of Eric Lafforgue. | ФотоИнтервью

  • Digipixture

    Eric Lafforgue ~ Angola, 2010 ♛ #photography #kids

  • Maureen Clark

    photo by Eric Lafforgue black girl with white doll

  • Tangie Ambrose

    (Good for her for trying to make the doll look like her) The Muhacaona doll - Angola In Soba village, the Muhacaona ( Mucawana) tribe girl. This little girl had a doll, perhaps some tourists who gave her, as there are no shops around! The funny thing, she has made dreadlocks on the blue eyed doll, to make her look like herself! © Eric Lafforgue

  • Nicole Mack

    "The Muhacaona doll - Angola. This little girl had a doll, perhaps some tourists who gave her, as there are no shops around. She has braided the blue eyed doll's hair, to make her look more like herself." Original innerspring remarks NOT mine.

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