Wednesday, 11 July 2012

Moving Touching Photos - Deux



After Moving Touching Photo, I give you the sequel.


 There is no turning back

 He Pingping, 73 cm tall (2 feet 5 inch), of China looks up at Sultan Kosen, 246.5 cm tall (8 feet 1 inch), of Turkey in Istanbul on January 14, 2010 when setting new Guinness World's Records

A terrified young German soldier getting comforted

We don't stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing

A woman mourns her husband in Beichuan, China’s Sichuan Province. The man was one of an estimated 69,000 Chinese killed in the earthquake that struck the region. The recorded magnitude was between 7.9 and 8.0 and it traumatized the whole country just months before hosting the 2008 Olympic Games.

Woman in burqa passes a tailor shop in the city of Ghazni, west of Kabul, Afghanistan

(Reuters/Darrin Zammit Lupi, 2007)

A photograph by Kaveh Golestan who's the only photo journalist who worked continuously in Iran from 1975 until his death in 2003 when he stepped on a landmine while on assignment.

Pope Benedict XVI and an exceptionally evil look

A man rides a bike across the post-invasion, ruined landscape of Kabul (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)

An elderly woman with Osteoporosis

The Gaza catastrophe 

Russian Tanks move along a street as children play with a toy truck in Tskhinvali, Georgia on August 30th, 2008 (Viktor Drachev/AFP - Getty Images)

Wars are destroying their future

Transportation in the Western Sahara

Food crisis in India

Afghanistan poverty

 Sony World Photography Awards 2009

A poor man on clutches 

A junk-sorting man at rest

Playfulness doesn't grow old by Greg Miller

Wounded Palestinians lay near Reuters news agency reporter Fadel Shaana's car after it was hit by an Israeli missile on April 16, 2008 in the central Gaza Strip. The Israeli air strike killed a Palestinian cameraman working for the Reuters news service and two other civilians  (Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images)

Burned Iraqi soldier in the first Gulf War

The ugly truth as depicted in the news

A child can and should dream

 U.S. Army Capt. Charles Ford plays a video game with seven-year-old Wa’ad, who lost an arm and a leg to an improvised bomb during a visit to the child’s home near Muqdadiyah, Iraq. U.S. Soldiers from Hammer Company are arranging for the child to be fitted with prosthetic limbs.
(Maya Alleruzzo-AP)

Cold War and Frozen Politics

 Children run from the balloon man in a dash for shelter during a sudden downpour in Islamabad, Pakistan.

A drunk, bloody, midget wrestler taking part in a new T.V show in the U.S

The famous shot that took the life of its photographer 

An innovative advertisement that reads: Save trees. Trees save

We all need someone to talk to 

Major Mark Bieger found this wounded little girl after a car bomb attack in Baghdad. She didn't make it on the way to the hospitale.

A Kenyan boy screams as he sees kenyan policeman with a baton approach the door of his home in the Kibera slum of Nairobi 17 January 2008. Hundreds of police who had earlier clashed with supporters of Kenya's opposition leader Raila Odinga at the entrance of the slum moved into the shantytown and did a house to house search for protestors.

a mental institution in the south part of Serbia-Kosovo

 A man holding a baby by his tent at Jalozai refugee camp near Peshawar, Pakistan

A grieving woman takes her dead six-year-old son into her arms for a final goodbye. Dhiya Thamer was killed when their family car came under fire by unknown gunmen in Baqouba, capital of Iraq's Diyala province, 60 kilometers (35 miles) northeast of Baghdad, Iraq, on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2007. The boy's ten-year old brother, Qusay, was injured in the attack when the family was returning from enrolling the children in school, where Dhiya was to begin his first year. 

Israeli soldiers kicking, punching and kidnapping a Palestinian child named Hmeidan Ahmad Abu Mariain in Beit Ummar, a town near the southern West Bank city of Hebron.

An old man going shopping photographed by Dimitar Variysky

Internally Displaced People leave Kibati heading north from the city to their villages, Kibumba and Rugari, north of the provincial capital of Goma, Congo, on November 2, 2008. (Yasuyoshi Chiba/AFP/Getty Images)

 Sunset goal by Vladimir Melnik (Sony World Photography Awards 2009)

RoseMarie (Rose) Siggins, the woman with half a body and a full happy life

The daily struggle to obtain bread in Egypt

An Egyptian mother eats with her children during a demonstration against the verdict for the ousted leader Hosni Mubarak and against presidential candidate Ahmed Shafik in Cairo's Tahrir Square.

A boy buttons his father's shirt by Yannis Kontos

 A boy playing football with his friends as the goalkeeper in Herastrau Park, Bucharest.


A man carries the body of a child recovered from the rubble of a destroyed house after a U.S air strike on Baghdad’s Sadr City in Iraq on April 29, 2008. (Reuters/Kareem Raheem)

National Geographic Best Photo Contest

 An Ultra-Orthodox boy points a toy pistol on the Jewish holiday of Purim in Mea Shearim, Jerusalem, March 1, 2010. Purim is the celebration of the salvation of the Jews from genocide in ancient Persia as told in the book of Esther. (UPI/Debbie Hill)

 Nick Vujicic, the 30-year-old Australian-born 'No arms, No Legs, No Worries' preacher and motivational speaker who's changing the life of others with his passion and optimism

A photo depicting the ugly Iraqi invasion

 A drug user injecting Heroin in Afghanistan

Shadows of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster in the Ukraine which took place in April 1986.

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