In memory of Bob Marley
• In memory of Bob Marley
May 11, 1981 passed away the king of reggae - Bob Marley. On this day in hospital Miami next to him he was his son. The last words addressed to him were: "Money can not buy life." After the death of the musician left a decent legacy of hundreds of thousands of fans around the world. Though he passed any one year as the Bob Marley no longer with us, but the number of his fans has not diminished. And he is still the best-known performer of reggae music. It is thanks to him that the musical direction became popular not only in Jamaica, but throughout the world.
People gathered near the statue of the legendary singer Bob Marley. Serbia Banatski Sokolac, August 24, 2008.
Taxi in Sudan.
The statue of Bob Marley.
The statue of Bob Marley in Kingston.
Graffiti on a wall. United States, San Francisco, December 23, 2006.
Earrings with the image of Bob Marley.
Souvenir shop in Miami. The owner is originally from Jamaica.
Deck of Cards.
Bob Marley was a devout supporter of Pan-Africanism and rastamanov. Many followers call him a prophet. The picture shows an apple with a cigarette. The picture was taken during a demonstration for the legalization of marijuana.
Jason Riedel gets a tattoo on his leg the client.
tattoo done. Winner of underwear pictures Jay Casey from Toronto.
The image of Bob Marley on the forearm of an Israeli soldier.
On stage performer reggae Matisyahu. The picture was taken during a performance musician concert hall Roseland.
Graffiti with the image of Bob Marley.
The musician reggae Ghana Hai Meng Tao performs a new song.
A fan of reggae Tiken Jah Fakoly concert.
Speech at the festival Safiko Unison Mac Anuff. Snapshot 2007.
Festival participants Chiemsee Reggae.
The pupils of the school, built in the community of Rastafarians in Ethiopia.
Chairman Rastafarian community Papa Rocky (pictured left) with a friend.
Dreadlocks MPSA Ngondet, player of football club of albinos in Tanzania, are impressive.
Man glues posters of slain musician Lucky Dube.
Dog with dreadlocks and Rastamanskaya knitted cap.
open-air painting on the streets of Kingston.
Notepad king of reggae.
Damian Marley, son of the legendary artist, won prestigious awards at the 48th Grammy Awards ceremony.
Bob Marley's widow Rita poses on the Walk of Fame with a star dedicated to her husband. The picture shows a woman in the center.
The mural at the entrance to the slums on the outskirts of Kingston.
Portrait picture of Bob Marley in 1976. Made in Jamaica.