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Lisa Kristine Famous, and greatly appreciated, for helping to expose modern day slavery, Lisa Kristine is a humanitarian photographer. She has captured a vast variety of portraits documenting indigenous cultures in over 100 different countries.

Painful Tokyo Rush Hour Captured Up Close And Personal By Michael Wolf

November 2011 New Photography by Nini Baseema One of the most evocative contemporary photography series I have seen in a while is Michael Wolf’s Tokyo Compression. The German shoots people in the subway trains of the Japanese capital.

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It only took "water" a thing we see everyday. A thing We take for granted. A thing we need. It simply took water to make me happy. It only took water for me to smile

such a sick sick world and many of the people in it, death is an enemy....we…

DesertRose/// ° Soudan ° Famine ° (photo: Kevin Carter) all my troubles mean nothing when I see this. Break my heart Lord for what breaks yours

Beauty from Guinea-Bissau (by ernstschade)

lets clean up our planet for our children. lets teach them by our actions! This smiling little girl is from Guinea-Bissau (by ernstschade)


Il colore nero - Un tributo alla gente comune dell' Africa by Sergio Pan

They’re too cute

Pure Joy -Photo booth was a big hit with these kids! But It’s refreshing to meet indigenous cultures like this that are so content living traditionally without modern technology© Louis Cole