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If you think life is hard, think again....... kids (with no shoes) go through a rubbish tip at sunrise in Jodhpur, India, in search of plastics
A real eye opener and one that makes us all think.
Not really an eye opener, we all know this goes on all over the world. We just choose to ignore it!!
After all there is more important things, like, "Damn, I didn't get the car washed this week!".
The human race passes these kind of things off with,
"It's someone else's problem, what can I do about it?" then sits down to a roast dinner.
There is something seriously wrong with us, yes, I'm as guilty as the next person!
Shocking and fascinating in equal measure. Beautifully captured Jeremy. The light is gorgeous even if the subject matter is not.
A sad part of life....poverty is never pretty....a great capture
A great caapture and reminder of how lucky we are in the west.
My family and I are blessed. Got to keep it real!
Sad situation but a great image, Jeremy. A reminder to us all...
Poverty in all its horror!
We have no idea... I can't imagine being dealt a card to live this kind if life.
Sensitive, informative, superbly captured and heart breaking. I did some work on an orphanage in Sri Lanka some years ago, it's sad to see little changes. Nice one Jeremy
A very touching image reminding to all that the progress of our civilization has not being balanced in harmony for all the parts of our planet..!
A hard life a monumental image Jeremy. Deserving awards.
A powerful image Jeremy!, excellent!!!!
ohh well done Jeremy on a first class bit of photo journalism.I count my blessings every day.
Really lives up to its title
Cant argue with any of the above,whatever i try to say sounds trite so just Thank you for showing us and in such very well composed image Beautiful and very disturbing.David
We see images like this on the telly, you've seen it in person..it must cut deep Jeremy!!
Barefooted n all :-(
a very interesting fact is that these kids maybe the happiest of the lot.. their reliance and trust on God is phenomenal and unshakeable and in that way they are blessed..
it serves as a great recycling industry and hardly anything that you see there goes to waste.. even those cocoanut shells will be sorted out in the end by someone and used for making choir mattresses.. it is a very effective industry and provides many their livelihood..
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