These Powerful 23 Photos Will Change The Way You Look At Things
What do you think these monks are doing? Praying?
It is a misconception that 1,00,000 monks are praying together for world peace in this photo. According to the Foreign Policy magazine this photo is of a mass celebration in Thailand. Thus, the photographer, Luke Duggleby has rightly said "a photograph must always be accompanied by an explanation, and if that explanation is incorrect, misleading or a total lie then the image becomes something that it's not. With social media it is possible to access so many people very quickly that could be a very dangerous thing."
Le Petit Parisien is the name of this still taken in 1952 by Willy Ronis. This photo says that the boy may have stolen the bread from a bakery and is running. But, it is not so in reality. He happily carries that bread which he bought with his grandmother after standing in a long queue. He is so adorable.
But there is no smoke to be seen. Huh, it's a smoke candy. Sally Mann captured this photo in 1989. Can you recall your childhood days when you used to smoke these candies in order to imitate your elders? These candies were more for than for taste, ever! But this little girl's look is just mind-blowing.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
This picture shows a man who gladly shows his AA chip to the camera. AA was founded in 1935 by Bob Wilson and Bob Smith to free people from the vices of alcohol addiction. It is still active today to sober up the world. The chip is a yardstick of how far the alcoholics have come from their addiction. Long way to go AA.
Music of Love
This photo has captured humanity in the best possible form. Titled as the Music of Love this shot displays a man playing a bamboo flute to a disabled child. And this child is not the man's son. Thus all he wanted to do was to make the boy happy despite his disability. It was taken in 2010 in the Tenganan village of Bali by Ario Wibisono.
capture, I must say. Albinism is calculated to occur in 1 in 17,000. It is a condition in which there is no pigmentation in the skin. This is dangerous as the person suffering may develop skin burns and is susceptible to skin cancer.
Free falling. Someone please save him.
The Falling Man, did the man jump or fell from the building? His identity is still unknown. This photo is about the horrors people went through during the 9/11 terror attack. Richard Drew luckily captured this photo, which looks as if the man is skydiving.
Can war be fought with flowers? Hope World War III happens with flowers. Marc Riboud, an award-winning photographer shot this photo, which is named La Jeune Fille a la Fleur. This photo showcases a young woman placing a photo on the bayonet of a Pentagon guard. This was captured on October 21 in 1967.
This is a photo which yells for nonviolence.Marc Riboud, an award-winning photographer, captured this image titled La Jeune Fille a la Fleur, which showcases a young woman, Jane Rose Kasmir, placing a flower in the bayonet of a Pentagon guard on October 21st, 1967. This photo became one of the symbols of the Flower Power movement.
Lucky lad to have...
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Survived the horrors of one-year long Kosovo War. This two-year-old Agim Shala was abducted by the KLA among other children and women, but fortunately, his grandparents rescued him successfully. But hapless others could make alive out of the camp.