Sad child days....

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© Saroj Swain
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UploadedDecember 6, 2011
TakenDecember 4, 2011
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D90
Exposure1/125 sec at f/5.6
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length105 mm
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8 responses

  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham gave props (6 Dec 2011):

    This is another powerful and sad image! Great street photography. You should do a story.

  • Donald Garrett

    Donald Garrett gave props (6 Dec 2011):

    Regenia is right! I think the adults are grieving too. For the children, right now, this is "normal."

  • Carol Holmes

    Carol Holmes gave props (7 Dec 2011):

    Faces of Innocence....excellent street photography

  • Ann Reece

    Ann Reece   gave props (7 Dec 2011):

    I agree with everyone above. This is a powerful and sad image.

  • Leslie Hunziker

    Leslie Hunziker   gave props (7 Dec 2011):

    power image!

  • Shirley Valencia

    Shirley Valencia   said (8 Dec 2011):

    this series is incredible...... this is such an amazing street shot...

  • Patty Gross

    Patty Gross (Deleted) gave props (10 Dec 2011):

    It makes my heart ache to see these children living in such squalor and poverty. No one, child or adult, should live in such utter devastation. I know (since I am Catholic) that Mother Theresa did try deligently to help those without the basic necessities of life, as have many, many others.....such as yourself. I believe a lot of the problem is just too many mouths to feed, and too many greedy people who shun the poor and enjoy their own higher status in life. I believe this is wrong. Everyone could send something to legitimate organizations to help care for these most needy children and adults. Very wonderful job you've done here, Saroj!!! God Bless you and your dear family!

  • Daniel Forero

    Daniel Forero said (27 Jan 2012):

    Just like in many cities of my native Colombia

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