Photo 6 Oct fave pic of me.  calm.

fave pic of me. calm.

Photo 2 Oct
Photo 2 Oct #PSA

#PSA

Photo 1 Oct #PSA Human-caused climate changes are destroying EARTH.

#PSA Human-caused climate changes are destroying EARTH.

Photo 26 Sep No your place around me! #PSA

No your place around me! #PSA

Photo 26 Sep #PSA  know your place around me.

#PSA know your place around me.

Text 26 Sep The i$H!

people say SLAVE when they can’t afford me. SERVANT to impress they friends.  SAVIOR when they neck in a noose and SINNER if a ‘ont free them. 

#poTreeInnaCity #GenXChete
09262014© Mdm Cindy A. Quashie
Seattle, WA 98121

(from “It a’int ma fault, white trash is not recyclable”) 

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Photo 20 Sep By @paleyphoto “Out in the field, Ira, a cowboy from Elko in Nevada (USA), is setting up camp. He will spend the next few months watching over his cattle. Photo by @paleyphoto (Matthieu Paley) - @natgeo @thephotosociety” via @PhotoRepost_app

By @paleyphoto “Out in the field, Ira, a cowboy from Elko in Nevada (USA), is setting up camp. He will spend the next few months watching over his cattle. Photo by @paleyphoto (Matthieu Paley) - @natgeo @thephotosociety” via @PhotoRepost_app

Photo 20 Sep By @paleyphoto “Photo by @paleyphoto (Matthieu Paley). Wande (left) digs for underground #tubers, while Mokoa goes looking for honey and hunts wildlife - it’s been like that for thousands of years. It was my last hour with the Hadza of Tanzania, and this beautiful #couple just stopped for a second what they were doing… Could eating like our ancestors make us healthier? Check out the “Evolution of Diet” story this month in National Geographic! Great text by Ann Gibbons. For the FULL IMAGE SERIES, go to @paleyphoto. Hadza are full time hunter-gatherer - they do not practice agriculture, herd animals or even store any food. When they get up early morning, there is nothing to eat in camp. They just head out in the savannah and feed from nature. It’s a #lifestyle we all had thousands of years ago. The Hadza have been living in this area for approximately 40.000 years and have left no impact on their environment. #Africa #food #latergram #evolutionofdiet  #paleodiet #huntergatherer @thephotosociety @natgeocreative” via @PhotoRepost_app

By @paleyphoto “Photo by @paleyphoto (Matthieu Paley). Wande (left) digs for underground #tubers, while Mokoa goes looking for honey and hunts wildlife - it’s been like that for thousands of years. It was my last hour with the Hadza of Tanzania, and this beautiful #couple just stopped for a second what they were doing… Could eating like our ancestors make us healthier? Check out the “Evolution of Diet” story this month in National Geographic! Great text by Ann Gibbons. For the FULL IMAGE SERIES, go to @paleyphoto. Hadza are full time hunter-gatherer - they do not practice agriculture, herd animals or even store any food. When they get up early morning, there is nothing to eat in camp. They just head out in the savannah and feed from nature. It’s a #lifestyle we all had thousands of years ago. The Hadza have been living in this area for approximately 40.000 years and have left no impact on their environment. #Africa #food #latergram #evolutionofdiet #paleodiet #huntergatherer @thephotosociety @natgeocreative” via @PhotoRepost_app

Photo 20 Sep By @paleyphoto “Photo by @paleyphoto (Matthieu Paley) - Dido is amazing at spearfishing, and he does it in slim jeans… classy! Bajau have been a nomadic, seafaring people for most of their history. They live on the Sulu Sea, spreading over the Philippines, Malaysia (state of Sabah), Indonesia and apparently even parts of Brunei. Part three of my @natgeo story on the #Evolution of #diet - how we are what we ate - coming out soon. #latergram #evolutionofdiet #Malaysia @thephotosociety @natgeocreative” via @PhotoRepost_app

By @paleyphoto “Photo by @paleyphoto (Matthieu Paley) - Dido is amazing at spearfishing, and he does it in slim jeans… classy! Bajau have been a nomadic, seafaring people for most of their history. They live on the Sulu Sea, spreading over the Philippines, Malaysia (state of Sabah), Indonesia and apparently even parts of Brunei. Part three of my @natgeo story on the #Evolution of #diet - how we are what we ate - coming out soon. #latergram #evolutionofdiet #Malaysia @thephotosociety @natgeocreative” via @PhotoRepost_app


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