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Description Burkina Faso - Les Pionniers de la révolution
Date circa 1987
Source I took this picture myself in Wayen - Burkina Faso (it was during François Mitterand's visit, I think in 1987) with a Minolta XD-7 and a 100-200 f/5.6 Rokkor lens. Original picture was a Kodakchome slide, it has been scanned from a print and digitally edited (cropping, colour balance).
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