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London, 2003 © Ishmahil

Bianca Jagger

London, 2003 © Ishmahil

George Galloway

London, 2003 © Ishmahil

Tariq Ali

London, 2003 © Ishmahil

Ancient Inca sight of Machu Picchu

Peru, 2005 © Yannis Mendez

 

London, 2003 © Ishmahil

 

London, 2003 © Ishmahil

Rastaman smoking marijuana. Though the smoking of 'herbs' is mythically linked to Rastafarianism, it is not a tenet of the faith as is commonly perceived.

Jamaica, 2001 © Ishmahil

Gertrude Campbell was one of the early converts to Rastafarianism. She was a mistress to Leonard Howell the founder of Rastafari and still lives a short distance from Pinnacle the home of the first Rasta commune. She is now 95 years of age and became a Rasta in the 1930’s.

Jamaica, 2001 © Ishmahil

The street graffiti of Jamaica is almost always political. Here PNP (Peoples National Party) has been sprayed on this street vendors stall. The Peoples National Party are currently the ruling party in Jamaica, the party is denoted by the colour red.

Jamaica, 2001 © Ishmahil

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London, 2003 © Ishmahil



London, 2003 © Ishmahil

Tony Benn

London, 2003 © Ishmahil

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The street graffiti of Jamaica is almost always political. Here a  JLP (Jamaican Labour Party) supporter wears the colours of his party, green. The wall slogan reads: ‘Seaga We Love You’,

Jamaica, 2001 © Ishmahil