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Goan Beggar

By jove
This is a very regular sight in Goa.
There are many many beggars, it seems on every street corner there's another one with a hand outstretched.
A lot like this woman are just old.
But some are limbless and a lot have withered limbs from Polio.
Every one you see pulls at your heart strings simply because we are not used to this sight in the UK.
I think this is the side of third world countries I dont like.

Tags: Photo journalism Money India Close-up and macro Beggar Goa Landscape and travel

Voters: User_Removed, CarolG, Stace and 7 more

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User_Removed 12 18 2 Afghanistan
28 Jan 2009 9:43AM
that we live in a world which allows such things is an indictment on us all, great image, terrible thing to behold........
pluckyfilly 14 351 33 United Kingdom
28 Jan 2009 8:08PM
a great shot with good detail but sad that these people live the lives we know nothing about, without visiting the country
SoulOfNature 12 23 United Kingdom
28 Jan 2009 8:47PM
This is a brilliant shot ,it saddens me though,we ought all count our blessings each day,it's so terrible that this extreme poverty still exists all over the world .

Jean x
Ray42 12 3 England
28 Jan 2009 8:56PM
A good candid shot - makes you think how lucky we are
photophantom 12 108 3 Philippines
29 Jan 2009 4:11AM
Thought provoking image, the result of the Fall of Man when men sins against God. We have to work to feed ourselves , first world or 3rd world alike.

Sorry for the large space, my enter key stocked up when I clicked the buttons.


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