Cape Cross in Namibia was less than a long term cloud of fog and sea mist during our stay. But each and every so usually a several rays of sunshine would break by and supply a minimal hope that the sea mists would crystal clear. They did not.

Present-day photograph committed to all asylum seekers in Ireland, especially if they are younger vulnerable rape victims.

Posted by An Gobán Saor on 2014-08-19 08:34:56

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