I love people! Meeting new people is the best part of travelling. I love to hear their stories and everyone has a story. So I have dedicated a series of posts to the people – called Faces of the World. All of these photos are taking by me and I might even share their story. Check out part two, three and four for more photos!
Argentina – I usually ask permission before taking a picture, but this lovely lady looked so peaceful while talking to her friends at Iguazu Falls so I didn’t wanted to disturb them
Australia – This might not be the best technical photo, but it doesn’ t matter when photographing some lovely people. This is Terry and Josephine. They run a gallery and a kangaroo orphanage in Cooper Pedy, South Australia. They have dedicated their lives to saving the kangaroos and open their home and orphanage to tourists every day in order to raise money to food
Bolivia – This one of 9,000 miners in Cerro Rico Mountain in Potosí, Bolivia. The work is hard. They try to find any minerals in the mines. You might even find kids working for an equivalent of $3 for a 12-hour workday. Most miners die at the age of 40. It is quite clear that the work is hard when meeting the miners. They are obviously very tired and try to kill their pains with cigarettes and up to 90% alcohol
Cambodia – I met these fellers at the Angkor Temple complex. I asked for a photo, because they are so cute! They didn’t really seemed all that interested, but their mother insisted that they got their photo taken. After I took it they just left without wanting to see the photo or demanding money
China/Hong Kong – I took this photo when riding the Victoria tram. The little girl was so excited about the ride, but it most have been a bit too much excitement, because she fell asleep about 10 seconds after I took this photo.
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