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Children of the Dammed by Glenn Capers

Children of the Dammed 


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1.02.2013 at 14:22h
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There is a class society where the idea of abandoning ll hope really existed, from one generation to the next. Now with India's new look of the western culture. Something is stirring about to change that so all can claim the fact they are a resident of India.
However within the inner structure of India, the class system is something the people do not want to give up , because in their minds they have earned a place in class, and would hate for someone lower in class to rise above them.

India must not only claim all as equal class it must see that the color of one skin must be seen as one India, and last that money is India's one true religion.

Thank you MTV India for bring the irony to light.


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vincebarker, 1.02.2013 at 15:56h

Amazing work as normal. I'm a big fan. All the best. ciao . vincent

Frederick Mann, 1.02.2013 at 16:28h

powerful picture

Paride Pierini, 1.02.2013 at 19:01h

good work.....

Adele Oliver, 1.02.2013 at 20:14h

their looks go deep .... a powerful image and words that make one think !!!
greetings, Adele

Leo_nid, 2.02.2013 at 0:03h

everything flows
but nothing changes

rschaefer, 2.02.2013 at 0:30h

Very touching picture and description Glenn!
It seems as if they already know, that they don´t really have a chance.
Greetings, Rebecca

Ken Piros, 2.02.2013 at 3:10h

What a strong image Glenn. The eyes on the child in the front speak volumes.

It is a shame that some people still look at a persons color or alledged social class to judge a persons worth. We are all individuals and jerk knows no color or class, it crosses all lines. Judge the person on the individual that they are and how they conduct themselves. That would be ideal but unfortunately reality proves otherwise. But for predjuice and evil to win out requires good people to stand by and do nothing.

Ambra Menichini, 2.02.2013 at 3:32h

Wonderful and very strong

bravo bravo

Gabriele Gatta, 2.02.2013 at 9:26h

Great shot reporting the sad reality of India...
Very good work Glenn!

J o s e f, 2.02.2013 at 11:11h

Well done Image.

BRYAN CRUTE, 2.02.2013 at 13:40h

A perfect title Glenn, India is such a mixed bag of cultures and classes. I have to admit the Indian people I have met in this county all have being friendly peace loving people. But they have escaped this life you show us here !
We can only hope modern India finds a way to address such problems as this


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Tadeusz Roguski, 2.02.2013 at 22:28h

yes, never give up. to anybody. the face is proud. fine picture.

Ratko Nedovic, 2.02.2013 at 23:08h

Eyes of both children, composition and other as usually all elements on right position.

Del-Hor, 2.02.2013 at 23:21h

Splendid photo and great work.
Gr - DH

Silvana W., 3.02.2013 at 2:00h words...*****

Howard Mattix, 3.02.2013 at 6:37h

Glen, another eye opening work that is powerful and disturbing for the fact that these people are relegated at birth to a class only because of birth. I do hope India can work out a better system that will allow them an opportunity for education and relive from abject poverty.

hrishikesh thakur, 3.02.2013 at 13:28h

A ++

Nadja Ph., 5.02.2013 at 8:35h

... ausdruckstark..berührend ,..nachdenklich macht Dein Bild..
LG Nadja

Dr. Labude, 5.02.2013 at 15:32h

With the rising population and the correlated power of states like India, China, Pakistan we will face a broad discussion about what means civilization. And I think we will also have to speak about the cruelty of societies behind the picturesque facade.

Diana Rybakova, 9.02.2013 at 5:34h

Ken Piros +1

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Prost Marlies, 11.02.2013 at 10:00h

LG Marlies

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trancefiji, 15.02.2013 at 17:37h

striking photo....

thank you for sharing

Paolo Verdarelli, 19.02.2013 at 9:53h

Your picture is really excellent Glenn. It visually expresses an important aspect of the Indian society, i.e. the rigid division into castes. A problem which is difficult to be eliminated, because it feeds itself on religious values ​​deeply rooted in individuals

jmfav, 24.02.2013 at 18:54h

A great one!
friendly yours,

Voting Center, 13.03.2013 at 10:39h

This photo has been successfully nominated for the gallery with 69 pro- and 56 contra-votes. Congratulations, Glenn Capers :-)

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Ken Piros, 13.03.2013 at 10:39h

I would have cropped the guy on the motorcycle on the far right out of the image but the rest of the image is so strong, with such a commanding presence of the two children in the foreground and the woman off to the left that it is 100% a Pro.

The eyes on the child in the front speak volumes.

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Glenn at its best. A documentary that shows more than the surface. If there would be just 1 camera left on earth, I would hand it over to people like him.

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chapeau glenn !

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Cockney, 30.04.2013 at 4:59h

Awesome image the sat system in India is so much part of their culture that it will take many years to change I grew up in the east end of London where in my youth there was still a very strong class distinction But never as strong as in India

aerdna relezniw, 5.10.2013 at 8:12h

Im speechless...

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