Glenna Gordon is not a wedding crasher, at least not most of the time. More often than not, she has some connection to the wedding she is photographing for her project Nigeria Ever After. “Every now and then, not that often, I full-on crash weddings,” she says. On a slow weekend, she’ll peruse the streets of Lagos in search of well dressed ladies clearly headed to a nuptial celebration. Frequently, they will enthusiastically invite her to come along. At the wedding, she always introduces herself to the bride and groom and, even more importantly, to their parents. Gordon explains who she is and what she is doing but, more often than not, they are too busy to pay attention to her.
waking up in the morning and ya scarf or durag stayed on ALL NIGHT
Lmao I love my black women yo.
Especially on them running late days, and ur edges are already laid, bc the scarf staid on. Edges all slicked down with no need for the use of edge control or a toothbrush LAWD JESUS THIS WILL BE A GOOD DAY!
hey lil mama lemme whisper in ya ear
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