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mariamagnolia6:  “ myfotolog:  “  ”  MAMMA …QUANTO MANCA ANCORA…. DOVRO’ FARE ALTRE DUE O TRE PAUSE…..  ”

mariamagnolia6: “ myfotolog: “ ” MAMMA …QUANTO MANCA ANCORA…. DOVRO’ FARE ALTRE DUE O TRE PAUSE….. ”

Om Mani Padme Hum, Tibet, Buddha

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Look at the wonderful life lines in her face! She is beautiful! Eyes as Big as Plates # Agnes II © Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen



I want to do this with Bailey and Tom! This is John F. Kennedy and his daughter! So sweet!

Caroline Kennedy holding her father John F. Kennedy’s hand, photographed by Richard Avedon, sweet, and sooo sad.

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Sadly the children of the United States and the poor children of other countries and this is the reality

Stunningly powerful image. Google translate from the original Arabic: In Syria when the journalist proud man, when he choked in front of the camera and can not crumble when shooting and all the differences of humanity force him to tears.

The hardest thing for those of us who love animals is to see them suffering. This is a tribute to those wonderful people who work for the animals, who film and photograph the unimaginable. I have great admiration for you!

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Africa Now / Nigerians behind the lens @ Bonhams

We fool ourselves into thinking our happiness is found in large expensive things. Happiness is provided in the little things. Small acts by ordinary folk.

"He ain't heavy, he's my brother."   [That quote became the slogan of Boys' Town USA many years ago.]       "He ain't heavy, he's my brother."

He ain’t heavy….He’s my brother darksilenceinsuburbia: He ain’t heavy….He’s my brother (via darksilenceinsuburbia)

Today, a brief glimpse at life inside a charcoal factory in a slum outside of Manila. Families, including young children, work in these factories making charcoal or scavenging in dumpsters for food and other supplies. The area is called Ulingan, the literal translation being “place where charcoal is made”.  Photographer Mio Cade captured this moment in March 2010 of a little girl playing with a makeshift hula hoop.

She requested me to take a photo of her playing the hula hoop. She was so happy to be photographed and kept asking for more photos. "Kuya, photo me, Kuya photo me!" I remember her sweet voice.