Beautiful, beautiful, and beautiful! I love the simplicity of each image he captured to portray the uniqueness of Africa.
As the world celebrates the engagement of Brooklyn Beckham and actress Nicola Anne Peltz, let’s take a closer look at his amazing photography shots of Africa that will leave everyone in awe.
Even though there have been a few debates going on about his photography skill, we believe that every creative work deserves recognition. The amount of passion, dedication and time a photographer like him have to put through everytime, is admirable.
When I looked at Brooklyn Beckham’s images, it moves me emotionally in a good way. Honestly, it is an indescribable feeling, which I believe is priceless! Like Aaron Siskind once said, “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”
So yes, I do love his work! I bet you will like it too! Take a break and join Hipshut in exploring beautiful Africa with Brooklyn Beckham. Oh, just so you know, David Beckham and Victoria Beckham will not be joining us for this tour LOL.
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Amazing, isn’t ‘t it? All this while my best referral of Africa would be movies like The Lion King and Blended. Thanks to Brooklyn Beckham’s photography skills, I have a better view of exploring the continent virtually.
Before I wrap up here, check out some of the unique facts about Africa that I think you should know. Very interesting ones I must say.
1.It is the second-largest continent on earth. WOW!
2. There are about 1,500-2,000 languages are being spoken, Africa. I’m speechless!
3. Sahara desert in Africa is the world’s largest hottest desert on earth.
4. The University of Karueein in Africa is the oldest educational institution in the world.
5. The world’s largest, tallest, and fastest animals come from Africa – elephants and giraffes.
6. The Nile River in Africa is the world’s longest river which is the main source for 11 countries – Burundi, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Egypt, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
7. Africa has approximately 30% of the earth’s remaining mineral resources in comparison to other countries.
8. Lake Victoria is the largest lake in Africa and the second largest freshwater in the world. Incredible!
9. There are eight out of the 11 major biomes and the largest populations of cheetah, elephant, hyena, lion, leopard, rhinoceros and hundreds of other species in Africa.
10. Africa has over 3,000 protected areas which include 50 Biosphere Reserves, 80 RAMSAR “Wetlands of International Importance,” 129 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and 198 Marine Protected Areas.
Honestly, I never knew some of these things before, until now. I’m so glad that Hipshut can share it with you!