It’s not just a photograph, it’s a story.
…photography was a way to strip away the masks that people wore to get to their core beings, the underside of individual existence. — Stanton Peele Ph.D.
Looking at an image of a child whose deep eyes, crinkling at the sides, glow and whose smile radiate amidst the depressing background of a war-stricken community, what does that tell you? Does it inspire sorrow or joy? How did it make you feel? Did you see the despair? Or were you able to catch that tinge of hope embedded somewhere in the child’s innocence?