“In the face of some Maasai matriarchs could be read the tale of a people whose iron code of tradition makes them unique among the earth’s beings.” Robert Vaira, from A Tent with a View
Dee Flower, photographer and writer, has traveled to over 35 countries on 6 continents. She is especially drawn to Africa and has a great amount of admiration and respect for those she has met on her multiple trips to the African continent. Their time-honored traditions have held a special place in her heart and are highlighted in her photography and writings. She is documenting her experiences in her upcoming adventure-driven memoir, Where the Wind Wills. You can follow her on Instagram. Dee is presently the acting Executive Director of the Lost Boys of Sudan Foundation of Nashville.
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Dee Flower has captured the world through her camera lens and shares her experiences with us through her exhibit. Dee's photography will be on exhibit throughout the month of October
Green Hills Branch Library
3701 Benham Ave, Nashville, TN
An exhibit of photographs taken by Dee Flower during her two week visit to Tibet. Her work includes revealing portraits as well as various scenes of Tibet
Make a connection with the Faces of Africa & the Gentle Giants of Rwanda. Tuesday Oct 3, 2006, 7pm at SP Library. Storyteller Dee Flower.
Exploring Rural Africa is a passion of author and photographer Dee Flower. She firmly believes that "Once you drink of African water, you will return to drink again". She will share her experiences and maybe, just maybe, you will also feel the connection.