#FreedomFriday: A Kaleidoscope of Colours!

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Freedom Friday offers me the opportunity to explore and just be me – uncut and raw…in a nice way that is. I’m thinking quietly – maybe loudly and I’m truly tempted to fill your world with the beauty of culture. In Nigeria, we are surrounded by good food and style. As a believer in beauty and good food, I derive pleasure in basking in the pure joys these bring.

So today, I’ll let you in on personal stuff and people I truly love as they display beauty in all their colours. I hope they are pleasing to your eyes, joyful to your heart and widening the smile across your face. Do tell me about it!

©2016. Frances Kelvin Otung. All rights reserved

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  1. These are nice photos o. I notice the Earl’s hair parting – that style is timeless! Incredible how children love dressing up, Efik maiden costume is gorgeous – Oh Imani looks cute in the pink dress 🙂

    • You really do have your observation lens in place. KE’s hair is cut by King and that’s KE’s trademark – the hair just looks good on him. There was a day Imani played the barber on his head and we had to take off the style even the school students noticed! LOL.
      That’s my sister’s daughter in Efik costume and I forgot to add Imani and King-Earl’s pix when they had school’s thanks giving. they wore native too and it was pink.
      Thank you

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