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Wilson Zulu is the Chairman of an area outside of Chipata. Mr. Zulu successfully stood up to his chief in recent years when land was proposed to be allocated to a mission church, which would have displaced the Zulu family. December 2013. USAID TGCC Program. Photo: James Murombedzi

Now retired after 47 years of active service, ZA147 sits on the pan at RAF Brize Norton.

Zulu watching the sunrise in Lyttelton this morning!

These were made by the Zulu handicrafts people in South Africa. On display and for sale at the Lambtown Festival in Dixon California.

Africa - South Africa - Kwa-Zulu Natal Shakaland - Zulu - Nikon F801s Nikkor 35/70 f/2.8 RVP

 

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I'm an ignorant urbanite but I love the colours in the wooden cladding on these flats. To me they are primal and earthy like cave paintings or tribal costumes.

 

Oh, and do consider pressing L...

Zulu Basket made with copper wire. Seen at the Lambtown Festival in Dixon California.

Zulu Island (A Pearl Island Estate) - Residential - Parcels Available. maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Zulu%20Island/166/172/22

While the foothills of the Drakensberg mountains remain largely undeveloped… those who have settled there enjoy some of the most breath-taking views imaginable.

 

This Zulu woman was peeling potatoes in preparation for the evening meal… she didn’t mind me taking her photo… but her young son was absolutely petrified of me.

 

I have included a crop of this photo in the comments section below… showing the frightened expression on her son's face… as he was trying to hide from me between her legs. :)

 

Nikon D800, Nikkor 14-24 at 14mm, aperture of f/11, with a 0.50th second exposure.

 

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AH-1Z Viper on short final into the setting sun at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma.

 

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WTI 1-13 - 2012.10.12

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On Explore! No. 64 @ 478. Thanks, my friends!!!

  

Krewe of Zulu Mardi Gras Parade, 2009. New Orleans Louisiana.

 

Early in 1909, a group of laborers who had organized a club named "The Tramps," went to the Pythian Theater to see a musical comedy performed by the Smart Set. The comedy included a skit entitled, "There Never Was and Never Will Be a King Like Me," about the Zulu Tribe...

 

That is how Zulu began, as the many stories go...

 

Years of extensive research by Zulu's Historian staff seem to indicate that Zulu's beginning was much more complicated than that. The earliest signs of organization came from the fact that the majority of these men belonged to a Benevolent Aid Society. Benevolent Societies were the first forms of insurance in the Black community where, for a small amount of dues, members received financial help when sick or financial aid when burying deceased members.

 

Conversations and interviews with older members also indicate that in that era the city was divided into wards, and each ward had its own group or "Club." The Tramps were one such group. After seeing the skit, they retired to their meeting place (a room in the rear of a restaurant/bar in the 1100 block of Perdido Street), and emerged as Zulus. This group was probably made up of members from the Tramps, the Benevolent Aid Society and other ward-based groups.

 

While the "Group" marched in Mardi Gras as early as 1901, their first appearance as Zulus came in 1909, with William Story as King.

 

From: www.kreweofzulu.com/Krewe-Of-Zulu/History-Of-the-Zulu-Soc...

 

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Die Zulu sind eine afrikanische Volksgruppe der Bantu mit heute über elf Millionen Menschen und die größte ethnische Gruppe Südafrikas. Sie leben hauptsächlich in der südafrikanischen Provinz KwaZulu-Natal. Zu einer enormen Expansion der Zulu kam es ab 1818 unter ihrem König Shaka. Nachdem 1817 die Ndwandwe die Mthethwa besiegt hatten.

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The Zulu are a Bantu ethnic group of Southern Africa and the largest ethnic group in South Africa, with an estimated 10–11 million people living mainly in the province of KwaZulu-Natal.

 

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Still in the British Rail Railfreight two-tone grey and Petroleum sub-sector branding, EWS Class 60 60054 'Charles Babbage' climbs the Lickey Incline with 6Z58, a Cardiff Tidal to Rotherham steel wire working. The train comprised 32 loaded SPAs and was being banked by a Class 66.

 

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Die Zulu sind eine afrikanische Volksgruppe der Bantu mit heute über elf Millionen Menschen und die größte ethnische Gruppe Südafrikas. Sie leben hauptsächlich in der südafrikanischen Provinz KwaZulu-Natal. Zu einer enormen Expansion der Zulu kam es ab 1818 unter ihrem König Shaka. Nachdem 1817 die Ndwandwe die Mthethwa besiegt hatten.

de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zulu_%28Volk%29

 

The Zulu are a Bantu ethnic group of Southern Africa and the largest ethnic group in South Africa, with an estimated 10–11 million people living mainly in the province of KwaZulu-Natal.

Every day in the Corps is like a day on the farm. Every meal; a feast. Every paycheque; a fortune. I love the Corps.

This old Zulu lady weaves and makes beaded jewelry. You can place an order with her on what you'd like to have made, and collect it again in a day or two's time. Here she is seen weaving what seems to be place mats for a dinner table.

 

This one's for Jo...

Having lived in Findhorn for some 17 years it is somewhat ashamedly that I have to admit to never having taken my camera across Findhorn Bay to the Culbin shore. I decided to put that right today and managed to drag Iain and Carol from their beds at some ungodly hour to join me for a sunrise. Vehicle access on the Culbin side is quite restricted and it is necessary to 'walk in'. As it was low tide this morning we stuck to the shore and, much to Carol's displeasure, had a fairly tiring trudge through soft sand and sticky mud. Along the Culbin shore it is possible to see the wrecks of numerous 'Zulu' Herring fishing boats (see Here ). The wreck I chose for this image is actually quite rare being an early 'Clinker' design (mentioned in the link) and you are looking across Findhorn Bay to the old RAF Kinloss (now Kinloss Barracks) air base.

Die Zulu sind eine afrikanische Volksgruppe der Bantu mit heute über elf Millionen Menschen und die größte ethnische Gruppe Südafrikas. Sie leben hauptsächlich in der südafrikanischen Provinz KwaZulu-Natal. Zu einer enormen Expansion der Zulu kam es ab 1818 unter ihrem König Shaka. Nachdem 1817 die Ndwandwe die Mthethwa besiegt hatten.

de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zulu_%28Volk%29

 

The Zulu are a Bantu ethnic group of Southern Africa and the largest ethnic group in South Africa, with an estimated 10–11 million people living mainly in the province of KwaZulu-Natal.

Umoja Zulu South Africa dance Ladies at Trafalgar Square London

Tiradentes at afternoon...

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the way you vodoo and you do. self-portrait

for the black series

View On Black

Taken from one of the military crossing points on Salisbury Plain

Mixed media screenprint over a two colour lino cut. Not on music paper, that is part of the printed black layer.

Sixties vases and zulu shields, so at least I can say I was the first in graf to bring in fabric prints and or vases. If you think I wasn't then ask anyone who was at Unity 1992 in London where I was happy to be completely slated for the art faggotry.

Universal Zulu Nation!!

ЯAER The Barbarian.

Downtown Assassins.

SMCREW

TCKING´S

FDT.

Die Zulu sind eine afrikanische Volksgruppe der Bantu mit heute über elf Millionen Menschen und die größte ethnische Gruppe Südafrikas. Sie leben hauptsächlich in der südafrikanischen Provinz KwaZulu-Natal. Zu einer enormen Expansion der Zulu kam es ab 1818 unter ihrem König Shaka. Nachdem 1817 die Ndwandwe die Mthethwa besiegt hatten.

de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zulu_%28Volk%29

 

The Zulu are a Bantu ethnic group of Southern Africa and the largest ethnic group in South Africa, with an estimated 10–11 million people living mainly in the province of KwaZulu-Natal.

The following recreated zulu dwelling is on display in the Ondini KwaZulu Cultural Museum, in Ulindi, near where Cetshwayo's one-time capital, Ondini, was destroyed.

 

The raised area at the back of the dwelling is known as the Usamo, and it is here that pots and utensils are stored. This is also the sacred area of the dwelling and it was beleived that the spirits of the ancestors lived here. In the centre of the dwelling the hearth is housed, and if occupied a fire would burn continuously. The smoke of the fire would raise up and pass through the thatched roof, serving not only to strengthen the thatch but keep the thatch clean of insects etc.

 

The women slept on the left and the man on the right. If the man felt like some nookie, he would wait for the kids to sleep and then tap his wife on the ankles with a long stick. His wife would dutifully cross over to his side, return to her side once the fun ends. (Whats happened to old time values?)

Restringí la mirada a ese reducido ángulo que abarca parte del árbol y el sol poniente, y por un instante tuve la sensación de estar en alguna parte remota del África central… zulú sunset, aunque en realidad fuera en el paraje de Los Molares. Con la imaginación también se viaja.

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