Elizabeth, who clears landmines for a living, combs her hair after a day's work at a mine-clearance camp deep in the Angolan bush. Despite the risks of the job and the isolation of camp life, Elizabeth wanted to play a part in making her country safe again. She is part of an all-female de-mining squad that has so far located and destroyed hundreds of deadly landmines left over from Angola's civil war.
This print is available in the following sizes:
6x9 inches: Open edition
8x12 inches: Open edition
16x24 inches: Limited edition of 30
50% of profits from the sale of this print are donated to the HALO Trust to support their ongoing de-mining work in Angola.