Day 30~ May 30th~ Cambodia


As I come close to the end of the month’s posts about Cambodia, I realize that my thoughts and contemplations throughout this process have been with children, the future, and next steps towards a better world. What would it take to make this world a place safe enough and healthy enough for the children of the world? Who has the answers? What can each one of us do to ensure the unlocking of our children’s best potential? … and so many more questions…

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  1. This picture really moves me, what future is awaiting this little boy, or many other children of this world.
    What vision is awaiting them? What can we do to make it possible for all not born yet.

    Thanks for your journey.

  2. His strong features against the lock and chain link….so powerful Mimo!

  3. Mimo, this is surely a perfect example of “a picture is worth a thousand words.” A haunting image that is both descriptive and symbolic. Thank you.

  4. Hi,
    He looks so sad yet deep in thought, a great photo.

  5. very evocative Mimo.. the lock and wire fence next to his face.. Personally I support a community in Africa towards more self sufficiency, better water, education etc by sponsoring a child monthly.. it is only a little but it is better than nothing..

  6. Such a moving portrait Mimo so well captured.

  7. My goodness that is one stunning photo. Thank you so much for sharing!

  8. Another month of adventures get over. Looking forward to June!

  9. That young boy has seen much hardship in his life. He looks hurt and sad. You captured a remarkable essence of a troubled child.

  10. A portrait of hardship and poverty. Thanks for sharing Nonoy Manga

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