Pouching or the eliment of surprise.
You heading is very dirty! Its YOU GIFT?
I see only a boy, was it is very poor and hungry!
Ihr Foto-Titel versteht sich nur sehr schwer und ist gemein!
Dear Barbara, when I gave the title to this photo, I was thinking about the tourists paying (corrupting), not about the boy getting the money ! Try to see it the other way around...
Dear Marco,i think, you give better an the boy a bread! The Corruption is it the other plain! Please, make an other heading!!!
when you were there did you hear of any refugee camps close to Marsabit ?
I don't know Dangl, but that was 13 years ago...
As a Kenyan, I would probably think otherwise. The Maasai community is very rich!!! he can afford to have money if he sold his animals....
fotoğraf için teşekkürler.. tüm dünya utansın insanlığı bu hale getirdi diye
Çok güzel ve anlamlı bir fotoğraf olmuş. Tebril,kler.
la corruzzione dell'occidente che viene pagata dai più poveri.. LK
I hope that money he was holding is really his...and hopefully used that money to buy food. There is a political implication to this photo. It can grace Time magazine's cover as well. Thanks for photographers like you Marco!
Love your work Marco. I'm getting an education in photography looking at your photo's, so thank you for sharing :-)
Definitely too kind of you Andrew !
You are doing a great job too...
ich finde die sehr arrogant solch ein Foto von diesem Mann mit der bettelnden Gestik zu machen und dann hier in Panoramio (Google) zu presentieren.
Mabut ist abzustrafen!
I am sorry but you did not understand the journalistic philosophy of this picture. It was exactly against this kind of practice carried out by "tourists".
Thanks anyway for your comment and kind regards.
I agree with you Marco...some photos beautiful as it is can also expose the sad realities of life. Anyway, more power and keep it up!
I appreciate your support Lili ! Thanks indeed !
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Photo taken in Unnamed Road, Kenya
Misplaced? Suggest new location