My heart is torn between East and West. I live somewhere between the present and the past. I don't know who I am.

Just another human being biding their time on this earth. Passionate about current affairs, history, politics (particularly MENA region), religion, cute animals and food.

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Little Boy, Chicken, and Cross of Straw, Luotiancun village, near Nanchang, China

 "I had attended my friend’s wedding in Nanchang, central China. The next day, a friend and I ventured into the countryside, and after riding a series of ever-smaller buses, we wound up in a village called Luotiancun, where the locals were harvesting rice and burning the fields. 

 As his family worked, this young boy watched me silently and earnestly. A chicken wandered past, disinterested.

The rice fields were burning just beyond us, thick with white smoke.”

By: David Haltom


#AidTrip: A little #Libya refugee holds up the peace sign at the school we worked at in #Tunisia. Can’t name him or show his face for his safety.

Human amongst wires, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

I took this in March in one of Rio de Janeiro’s largest favelas. I barely saw the boy at first among the wires and chaos. To me, he represents the human side of urbanity.”

By: Heather Bolton


This is from the New York times photo series “Battle for Libya”. Here a boy flashed a victory sign as he mourned his relative, a rebel fighter killed during a battle, at the funeral in Misurata.

This just makes me want to cry, when will all the injustice end?

(via yourekillinmebuster)


A young boy prepares to take part in Kathakali story-plays, Kerala’s most popular and best-known ritual art form.  Kerala is an Indian state located on the Malabar coast of south-west India.

Photograph by: Tim Draper

Wangi Wangi island, Indonesia.

"While few young children are now born on boats, the ocean is still very much their playground. Here Enal plays with his ‘pet’ shark."

By: James Morgan


Standing tall between a family of Tor Soro fish, Indonesia

Boy, Haiti


"Haiti is a tragic place in need of help. This image was taken before the recent earthquake. I hope this young boy was unharmed, although I can’t help feeling that his life may be full of struggle" 

By: Philip Lee Harvey

Smile, Chandni Chowk, Delhi, India

By Christopher Griffiths

Bread before the storm, near tahrir square, Egypt

At the Indian village pond, Kolkata, India.

By Prasanta Biswas