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Why did mothers once conceal themselves in photographs?

Why did mothers once conceal themselves in photographs? | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it

At first glance, you can't understand why the child in the photo is not screaming its head off. Clamped in position by a sinister shrouded figure, the toddler seems solemn, certainly, but hardly terrified. Look a little harder, though, and you begin to unravel the visual and emotional dynamics in play. The bundled-up figure is actually the child's mother. And, far from spooking the toddler, she is holding it gently but firmly on her shrouded lap.


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The Most Amazing Science Images of 2013

The Most Amazing Science Images of 2013 | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it

From slow-motion footage on YouTube to deep-space satellite imagery to weird washcloths on the International Space Station, this was a big year for science.


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