Photographer's Note

In the small village of Apatou, up the Maroni river. The Maroni marks the border between French Guyana and Surinam, in South America. This building has been decorated with traditionnal "bushinenge" designs. Bushinenges are the great-great-great (maybe more) grandchildren of escaped slaves, who have created tribes with their languages and cultures in this part of the world.
As for the use of this building, well, I guess even in French you can understand! :^)

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Additional Photos by Sophie Lo (SophieL) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1087 W: 215 N: 1255] (6042)
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