on being thankful
..not having to watch television through a neighbor’s windows;
..not being the one to burn in the sun while left to watch over the boat;
..not having family members who will sell you in the market as soon as you’re not a kid anymore.
Stunning work! I love your approach. Out of interest, what camera do you use? Keep up the amazing work.
thanks. I use a fuji x-pro1
I believe we never say “thank you” enough…
Thanks! (a a lot!)
sometimes we are caught in ourselves that we simply forget
or maybe, we are not aware of all that we have…
sO BEAUTIFULLY SAID
like this post, nice picture!
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None of us in the United States can imagine being sold at any age Orlando. We need to count our blessings every day.
Bob, the chances of being sold by family members are very slim unless one happens to be a goat, which is technically a grown up kid.
Thank you for sharing this..it made me realize how thankful I’am with every blessing na narereceive ko araw araw 🙂
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Powerful images, thanks for sharing. The B&W you’ve chosen works perfectly here.
I really black and white photos 🙂
I found similar stories travelling around South East Asia, especially in Vietnam. After seeing the joy they felt from even an extra dollar made me reconsider the way I live in Australia. Your photographs are beautiful!
If you’d like, checkout my photographs from Vietnam here: https://harrietinez.wordpress.com/?s=vietnam
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