Daily Life in Congo Reflected in Puddles


Un Regard“, a photographic series by Kiripi Katembo Siku, set in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The quick, vast and subtle eye of the photographer grasps with sharpness the daily life of the people of Kinshasa and offers us a strikingly singular point of view, both rooted and off-beat.









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10 Responses to Daily Life in Congo Reflected in Puddles

  1. PegasusAnn says:

    Love these photos! This is a 1st for me seeing the puddle perspectives like this. Thanks!

  2. clinock says:

    Wonderful and perceptive point of view..

  3. peregrinacultural says:


  4. Charlotte says:

    I love these pictures – great idea with the puddles turned upside down.

  5. Dina says:

    Wonderful photos!

  6. Katharine Asals says:

    Wow, strong colors and lots of evocative silhouettes – nice series

  7. swo8 says:

    Interesting effect from the puddles. Rocks and debris seem to be suspended in the middle of the sky as people walk by.

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