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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.
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EXCL: Belarusian, Prague-based photographer, Yuliya Boda has captured the laughing and smiling faces of more than 60 people in Tanzania. She travelled to Africa and took instant photos of people and then documented their reaction seeing an instant photo of themselves for the first time. "There is a Swahili expression 'watu sio milima' which means 'People are not mountains.' Every time when I prove that I'm not a mountain and travel from one place to another, I see this world from a new perspective and become a bit better?" said Boda. Boda was very grateful she was able to meet all her subjects in her series and was able to talk to them and make their day a little brighter. "It was truly a fantastic experience that altered my perception of life" said Boda. The people in the series were in awe as to how Boda was able to 'transfer' their images on a white film.