Poverty, war and conflicts have the biggest effect on our children. When I see a war or famine on news, I always worry of the children being stuck in the middle of it.. Unaware of things.. scared.. and feeling lonely..
Children, need to be raised with healthy food, proper education, and loving care. Every child deserves this.. this is their birth right.
My photography duty is to make you aware of it... hopefully with a glimpse of hope..
If we all start acting together, I am hopeful to make things better.
Hoping that I am doing my duty.
"One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world.” - Malala Yousafzai
The wheelchair is one of the most commonly used assistive devices for enhancing personal mobility, yet, thousands of people remain bed-ridden, rely on family members to carry them around or turn to unsafe and uncomfortable home-made alternatives.
Sweethearts Foundation is a non profit organization allows to uplift the lives of less fortunate people in our community.
Their mission is to provide wheelchairs to those who need them most to give them independence and be an invaluable member of their community.
Ernest Hemingway's classic novel The Old Man and the Sea, is a seemingly simple story: Santiago is an old, experienced fisherman who hasn’t brought in a catch for months. On the 85th day of this dry spell, he heads far out into the Gulf of Mexico where he hooks a giant marlin. Unable to pull the fish into his skiff, he holds onto the line for three days before killing it with a harpoon. After lashing the fish to his boat, Santiago heads home with his hard-won prize. But along the way, sharks reduce the fish to bones, and the old man returns to port as he left–empty-handed.
I have always been fascinated by the fishermen. It might seem to be a romantic job from outside, but it's a tough job.
In this gallery you will find pictures about the boat builders, and fishermen.
In this collection, all photographs are shot with black and white film. These b&w images were then recoloured.
Recolouring technique goes way before the invention of the colour films.
Adobe Houses of Djenné
Djenné, the oldest known city in sub-Saharan Africa.
Pack of images with it's adobe houses, the Grand Mosques of Djenne, and life around River Niger.
People from all over the World..
God of Afterlife
Street view on a lazy afternoon
hello Mzungu !..
Some pre-primary school kids. The school was ran by a charity, looking after the children whose parents were the victims of HIV.
There are many charities like this one in Africa. I have had a chance to visit and meet a few of them. All of them do their best to bring up their children, educating and feeding them, all work silently without any advertisement, they survive with their limited resources.