Girls' classroom in Afghanistan 7

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UploadedSeptember 1, 2009
TakenJuly 2, 2009
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 5D Mark II
Exposure1/30 sec at f/3.5
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length25 mm
ISO160
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In the In this girls' world photo essay.

7 responses

  • Shaina DeCiryan

    Shaina DeCiryan said (3 Sep 2009):

    Lovely photos- and wonderful essay. I'm excited to know that these Iraqi girls are able to study! :)

  • Teresa Nabais

    Teresa Nabais said (3 Sep 2009):

    Thank you Shaina.

    They are Afghans not Iraqis ; ).

  • conchita. del. mundo.

    conchita. del. mundo. gave props (21 Nov 2009):

    a touching essay teresa. you are very special to not allow fear to keep you from your passions. i'm sure they will never forget you, and hopefully you will soon meet them again. i wish things could be better for them, and one day i'm sure that will come true.

  • Kathleen Mercado

    Kathleen Mercado (Deleted) said (17 Mar 2010):

    Lovely work:)

  • Danica Radman

    Danica Radman gave props (13 Aug 2010):

    important work. touching series

  • Scott Pugh

    Scott Pugh gave props (27 Oct 2010):

    This is probably my favorite from the series. That indescribble look in this young woman's face is the fierceness in which progress is born.

  • misha otaared

    misha otaared gave props (4 Jul 2011):

    lovely, teresa, and a wonderful series. the simple fact that these girls have access to schooling is such a huge change from the years when the taliban governed the country

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