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Glenn, as always your outstanding pictures and documentations are an enrichment for our community ... thanks for sharing with us your thoughts and photos.
It's so touching to see this young mother..., let's hope, that her dreams will come true and she will make it ... out of this mess ... and that her baby will get a better chance in life ..
I'm not sure where your thought pattern is behind photography, For many photography opens a lot of personal doors. For me there is no voyeurism or empathy
behind that camera. I think these two social elements rest soupy with the amateur photographer that is learning to become a good photographer in a community.
In case you don't know. I have been a photjournalist for 30 years. Everything thing I did then and now comes from an assignement mentality. Who, what, when, where, and why.
I don't have to dream or imagine photography as a social game. For people who care about the quality of life photography becomes a group of words that tell a story for people that have forgotten what life is for others less fortunate, less privileged, and are labeled as the forgotten by people that just don't make an effort to tell the story of those hidden away.
Sad to see that in a world full of luxuries and good life so many are still living in (almost) poverty.
Full of dreams and willing to work hard to find a better future for their off-spring, many take on risks to get to where the neon lights shine, a promise of a "better" life...
Good to see these lives depicted as well.
just to tell you my compliments for this new star, Glenn.
This is one of my favourite picture coming from your genius.
Looking at your whole work, the first, upcoming sentiment, that I feel, is your capacity to be a step closer to subjects than others (more famous) photographers. In a certain manner, what every time surprise me it's the human contact you seem to establish with the people.