I found this twitter handle (@storiesofpeople – telling the stories of people around the world). The breathtaking photos I found on the page goes above and beyond (literally and figuratively) to tell the stories of people all around the world.
Black woman with Vitiligo.
Emotions of a woman after giving birth.
A newborn albino baby sleeps peacefully with his cousin in Kinshasa, Congo
Ethiopian beggar boy with blue eyes on streets of Jinka
10-year-old Yemeni girl after she was granted divorce from her abusive husband.
14 months old child experiencing rain for the first time
Alcoholic father with his son
Father introducing his son to an elephant
A Syrian refugee playing in the water sprayed by Austrian firefighters to help the kids cool off in a scorching hot weather.
Culturally different brothers in Burma
Surgeon monitors patient’s vitals after a 23- hour heart transplant in Poland, 1987. His assistant is sleeping in the corner.
Afghan refugee Laiba Hazret, aged 6, at a slum on the outskirt of Pakistan’s capital Islamabad
A mother and her 3 year- old daughter, who were attacked by their husband/father
Girl that survived 11 days in the Siberian forest
Old fisherman by photographer Michail Vorobyrv
Woman in blue
A young child using a rock as a camera
The beauty of simplicity by Ali Al-Zaidi, Ethiopia-The Arbore tribe
Buddhist monk blowing a bubble gum
These Photos goes above and beyond (literally and figuratively) to tell the stories of people all around the world.
First of all, just seeing these photos made me so happy. I felt like I could connect to each and everyone of them which makes photography so beautiful. Photography is an art because everyone has their own interpretation of what they are seeing.
These are breathtaking photos as it truly captures the true beauty of life. furthermore, each photo represents a certain type of uniqueness.
Imagine the joy of having to experience rain for the first time. Similarly imagine the joy of holding your newborn child for the first time. These are irreplaceable moments that leaves a lasting impression on our hearts.
Analyzing the photos:
Take for example, the Afghan refugee Laiba Hazret those eyes of hers have seen so much hardship. She has dirt all over her but her beauty is immeasurable. Not a single dirt can take that away from her.
In a like manner, the Ethiopian beggar boy with blue eyes. He has such a perfect combination of black skin, blue eyes, red shirt, yellow teeth.
The emotions of the woman who put to bed is priceless. It’s an indescribable feeling of joy that only the mother can feel.
Likewise the photo of the Culturally different brothers shows love and acceptance and describes that love exists regardless of our physical and social differences
A Syrian refugee playing in the water is a feeling of pure happiness. Same goes for the 14 months old child experiencing rain for the first time
In conclusion, these photos above are worth a million words,
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