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My Photo scholarship 2010 entry

Worldwide | Saturday, 16 October 2010 | flickr photos



I hosted an African family in Australia after they won a trip to Australia through my employer. The first time this African mother, Christina and child, Godwin had ever been outside of the country of Tanzania.

I fell deeply in love with this family while hosting them in Australia and felt a strong desire to visit them in their native land. This is my journey I took and the people and kids I met to reach the foot of Mt Kilimanjaro.

Traveling from Australia to Dar Es Salaam to Arusha, Moshi and the foot of Mt Kilimanjaro where the family lives in a tiny village, my newly extended family hosted me and we shared my gift to them, a photo book I gave the family as a reminder of their trip to Australia. The grandfather soon announced "we are together, like one family".

Photography has grown into a passion of mine. For me now, traveling, documenting and telling the stories of remote areas and unique people is now my passion in life. To be constantly educating the modern world of the need to think outside your own bubble of existence and your own country is now something I want to peruse full time. Whether through National Geographic or under my own initiatives, this is now my goal in life.

This scholarship will set me on my way. As soon as I complete this scholarship I will continue traveling and providing stories of remote places and unique people, stories that need to be told and need to be shared to give the modern world the perspective they need to make better decisions.

I'm ready to go

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