Its feel incredible to just think about how humanity has survived to rule this entire world over the period of time and at the same time it is an alarming thing to look at the resources we have been destroying all along the process of survival. This post is something on that note about the taste of humanity and their inscriptions on planet earth.

Please check the below stories, a fine example of above statement.

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Street Children of Bombay by Dario Mitidieri

An intense and raw documentation of the street children from Mumbai. Right from the place of their survival, its absolute rawness takes you apart and the photographer himself says that these pictures are a tribute to the spirit of street children living all over the world.

Street Children of Bombay by Dario Mitidieri
© Dario Mitidieri

 

Justice means nothing – Belgian Prisons by Sébastien Van Malleghem

Reportage from prison, a perfect documentation of the Belgian prisons. They seems to have overpopulated and jailbreaks are considered to be quite normal. These photographs try to tell the Belgian penitentiary life as close as possible to reality.

Justice means nothing - Belgian Prisons by Sébastien Van Malleghem
© Sébastien Van Malleghem

 

Walkabout by Andrew Quilty

Some 300km away from the south east mountain of Queensland lies McKinlay. This photostory is named walkabout because of the extremely deserted place and the isolation however is part of the attraction by the residents of this town.

Walkabout by Andrew Quilty
© Andrew Quilty

 

Gypsies by Valerio Bispuri

Gypsies have always been some wonderful subjects to document stories. Their lifestyle and practices are always going to be on the contrary and with enormous curiosity Valerio Bispuri shows some of the great work of his.

Gypsies by Valerio Bispuri
© Valerio Bispuri

 

Darkness Visible by Seamus Murphy

Some incredible photographs from the Taliban front by Seamus Murphy. Heavy bombing and dark clouds glooming all around, these photographs say a lot regarding the lifestyle of these people.

Darkness Visible by Seamus Murphy
© Seamus Murphy

 

Domestic Violence in Ecuador by Caroline Bennett

The sad tale of domestic violence in Ecuador. This country has recorded the highest rate for domestic violence. This story shows glimpses of women who has been on the receiving end for a prolonged period of time.

Domestic Violence in Ecuador by Caroline Bennett
© Caroline Bennett

 

Those who work in the highland by Yannick Cormier

A scintillating photo story on the lives of people who work on the mountains of himalayas. Yannick Cormier is a french photographer who tells incredible tales through his photographs.

Those who work in the highland by Yannick Cormier
© Yannick Cormier

 

The Darkness After the Dawn by Victor J Blue

Victor Blue, a Photojournalist has documented the aftermath of the infamous incident of Guatemala. Continued exclusion of various indigenous peoples, versatile land distribution and various unpleasant things.

The Darkness After the Dawn by Victor J Blue
© Victor J Blue

 

Street dog doctor by Kaushik Srngupta

Sandip Karan is a passionate man who loves street dogs and his ardent love for these animals has driven him to go one step further by becoming a self taught vet who has learnt his lessons while assisting veterinary surgeons for years.

Street dog doctor by Kaushik Srngupta
© Kaushik Srngupta

 

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