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It’s Nearly Ready….

I know that speech is the currency of the blogosphere, but there’s no point in talking if you have nothing to say, right? So what I can share with you is two things. 1. This evening I saw the most … Continue reading

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A Moment’s Peace

The last rally was last night, out on the west of Kampala. Acholi dancers banged calabashes, Mao spoke, we went home. Today I begin the task of actually putting all of these images together into something coherent. I’m trying to … Continue reading

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Mao Comes Home

Last night Mao rallied in Gulu town, his seat as LC5 Chairman. The welcomes began 3km from the centre. Crowds were lining the streets, waving raised fists and branches. Mao’s car was frequently mobbed by supporters and the ululations began … Continue reading

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Back to Uganda

My time in the cold is drawing to a close at last- I fly to Entebbe on Sunday to start photographing the Ugandan presidential elections (and specifically Norbert Mao’s campaign). Until probably Tuesday, then, this blog will be even quieter … Continue reading

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