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macau china

do not turn away, do not walk the other way

" No matter who you are or how little time you have, one good deed at a time can make the difference. "

Thanks to these powerful shots -> Ping -> Pong -> Ping

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Ray Rebortira21-Jul-2006 20:25
The most ironic of the set: the perspective puts the beggar at the rock bottom position, a measure of his final humiliation while the affluent Everyman, here headless, walks in parallel stride towards the other side, making us wonder if he would stop. Apathy is most cruel when it is anonymous.
Rob Rosetti21-Jul-2006 16:24
Powerful shot Ai Li. Love the reversed pespective. Roberto
Guest 21-Jul-2006 06:42
Great pov, love the camera in the guys hand
Guest 21-Jul-2006 02:07
Love the eyecatching angle and subtle treatment. =v=
Guest 21-Jul-2006 00:02
Wow. Powerful and emotional image. I love the angle! V
Sue Robertson20-Jul-2006 23:57
Yes the angle is great. A very emotional image.
Guest 20-Jul-2006 21:38
The angle gives the feel that the man HAS to give, he is FALLING on the needy woman. Not only we should not turn away, but we also need solidarity in our society, not only between individuals. Powerful message, Ai Li!
Guest 20-Jul-2006 21:24
Great catch (and great angle, like your last up-serie!;) ...and excellent ping-pong-party!:)
Love the mobile in his hand: the communicator in confrontation to the needer. Powerful, indeed!
Kathy Pedersen20-Jul-2006 17:17
Powerful image, Ai Li. The most powerful gift of ourselfs is to give to others. Voted
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