MONA OMAR
your art, is your gift // all content on this blog is written or photographed by me

Anonymous said: do they farm straw/blueberries in Somalis? would it work out in your farm? And I hope I'm not offending you, is your farm organic? I want to start a little farm in our backyard when I go to Somalia insha'Allah

Regarding your question(s), I remember asking these questions too when I went to Somalia. In our farm particularly (and I’m sure in the entirety of Somalia as well), it’s nearly impossible to grow fruits that thrive in chilly temperatures— the likes of blueberries, strawberries, and apples. There is an exception to that rule because grapes are capable of growing on our farm (its not the best tasting ones, but they do still grow nonetheless even though they flourish in chilly temperatures). Oh yes, our farm is organic. 

Bless day and good luck with your farm! 

artificial light + earths natural light partie deux.

artificial light + earths natural light partie deux.

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this is my favorite photo I’ve shot with my iPhone // on the campus shuttle and crossing through the Mississippi River in order to get to the other side of campus

this is my favorite photo I’ve shot with my iPhone // on the campus shuttle and crossing through the Mississippi River in order to get to the other side of campus

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black and white rainy window color sandwich //

1) cage-free chickens
2) field corn

BALCAD, SOMALIA

BALCAD, SOMALIA //

Anonymous said: post a pic of your house

relax.

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