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Powerful story, you've been through quite the journey. Your photographs are stunning, you have a truly wonderful eye. I traveled to Calcutta in 2006 for three months and must have taken over 2500 photographs, when I returned I was asked to show my photographs in an exhibit. I spent my time working with orphans and sick and dying children and my experience there altered my life, the children, the environment and their resiliency. I remember thinking to myself when looking through my photography seeing people who looked at peace, children laughing with huge grins on their faces and then seeing and feeling the pain and agony of what they suffer though everyday. I now have friends over there and will one day return to do humanitarian work with my daughter once I finish becoming a paramedic. Be well, Ilariya
Commented Nov 17, 2010 on
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Text and Photographs by Peter Turnley The first foreign trip I ever made as a traveling photojournalist was to India to cover the funeral of Indira Gandhi and the sectarian violence that followed her assassination by two of her Sikh bodyguards on October 31, 1984. I had moved to Paris in 1978...
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