The Dichotomy of Childhood

by: © Shantanu Saha

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The Dichotomy of Childhood Mala is the eldest sibling of her family. Her family lives in a slum by the rail tracks in Kolkata, Her two younger sisters (in the backdrop) attend school. Mala also used to go to school, but her family couldn't afford it. So she chose to sacrifice her education and stay at home to help out her ailing mother by taking care of the household duties, which includes tending to her youngest baby brother. ...

let the happiness in lake "obersee" bavaria, germany ...

my playground Girl and pigeons ...

Trollstigen Sunset Well its been a while since I've posted on here, so figured id better start showing my ugly mug again & perhaps share a few of latest images from a fairly intense & shortened 10 day 6000klms road trip from south to north scandinavia . Basically from the far south of Sweden where I'm located to the north of Norway. Trollstigen 10% incline and eleven hairpin bends with a waterfall that drops 320 mtrs (Stigfossen) In terms of the water volume that was here a couple weeks back it was relatively little,it hadn't had rained for a looooooong time until I showed up! 2 days later my rain dance opened the heavens. I decided not to capture all of it in this & concentrated on the sunset & the light in the valley. I intend to drive back here in early may/june for the full volume of water. ...

yin and yang festa della patrona ad Enna- Sicilia ...

Portrait Shinjuku,Tokyo,Japan ...

let me cross snowy day a forgotten glove on a pedestrian crossing ...

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Solitude #62 Antony Gormley's 'Another Place' This fella is #62 of the 100 scattered along Crosby sands and is probably one of closest to the shoreline somewhat isolated from his counterparts. Merseyside. UK ...