Loss

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Uploaded 10 Dec 2008 — 18 favorites
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© Kushal Ruia
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Taken at the protest march at ground zero of the terrorism attack of 26/11 in Mumbai,INDIA

To find out more, read the story below!

9 responses

  • Nicoletta Pasquini

    Nicoletta Pasquini said (10 Dec 2008):

    Wowwwwwww!!!Love this sepia shot!!!

  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham (Deleted) gave props (10 Dec 2008):

    WOW!!

  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham (Deleted) gave props (10 Dec 2008):

    This essay and the photos of people demanding change is very thought provoking and stirs emotion. Great job. I love it.

  • Evan Duly

    Evan Duly said (11 Dec 2008):

    Fantastic..

  • Pablo Jimenez

    Pablo Jimenez gave props (12 Dec 2008):

    powerful!

  • Tania Losada

    Tania Losada gave props (4 Jul 2009):

    Preciosa. Una composición perfecta y una imagen muy expresiva

  • Federica Dessì

    Federica Dessì (Deleted) gave props (3 Oct 2011):

    great capture!

  • Kayla Goldstein

    Kayla Goldstein gave props (9 Nov 2011):

    WOW i can feel the emotion

  • tom Dougherty

    tom Dougherty said (6 Dec 2011):

    "Heroes is a difficult contest because some of the most striking images are not serious enough to hold up next to real-life heroes and some of the more serious pieces are too heart-grabbingly corny. THIS image manages to be serious about heroes without being corny. It's the best, maybe because it can be applied to police, soldiers, firemen, victims, martyrs or laborers equally.

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