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itscolossal: “Photographer Jessica Fulford-Dobson Captures the Joy of Young Afghan Skateboarders In Afghanistan, girls aren’t allowed to bicycle but they are allowed to skateboard. So, in 2007 a.

"Watching your 6-year-old daughter hit tile in a 13-foot bowl, that is pretty cool. But watching her confidence grow—not just with skating, but in life—that’s even better. If that’s all she ever gets out of skating then we've succeeded,' Gary Murphy said father of Relz Murphy, pictured.

Meet the adorable 6-year-old girls taking skateboarding by storm

Murphy allegedly got her start after her parents enrolled her in skateboarding lessons

Skateboarding in Kabul | Dazed  Skate Girls of Kabul  All images © Jessica Fulford-Dobson

Skate Girls of Kabul

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Skateistan, The Skater Girls Of Afghanistan

Photographer Jessica Fulford-Dobson Captures the Joy of Young Afghan Skateboarders. In Afghanistan skateboarding has spread to become the number one sport for women, as they are forbidden to ride bicycles.

This picture has a closed composition. Although the background is open composition the person standing in the middle making this picture a closed composition because he is the main focus.

Daily Self-Portrait Shoots

self portrait by Joeri Bosma. I have had this same idea floating in my mind for ages.self portrait of me in our pond, long dress, color of moss.this is a good reminder for me.

Woman Rescues Sick Duckling — And Ends Up With The Perfect Therapy Animal

Woman Rescues Sick Duckling — And Ends Up With The Perfect Therapy Animal

Puff the duck was extremely sick when she was born, until a woman stepped in and saved her life.

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Andrea :: America's support beam at NEHS, she's a tad too pushy but America is a pushover

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Skateistan, The Skater Girls Of Afghanistan

In Skate Girls of Kabul, Jessica Fulford-Dobson documents surprising skateboarding project helping Afghan girls return to education.

Skateistan, a nonprofit that teaches skateboarding to children in Afghanistan to segue into an education program.  47% of their students are female.

Meet the skater girls of Afghanistan

"Meet the Skater Girls of Afghanistan" Boys and girls age can participate in the skateboarding program. Photo courtesy of Skateistan

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