“For me, the subject of the picture is always more important than the picture” – Diane Arbus

He sells goodie bags to people who want to feed the silvery lutung in Fort Altingburg, Malaysia. He could be a Joe, he could be 40; I will never know. But one thing I know is this: He loves peace.
She mumbles a little prayer to the deities. That her wishes become hopes. And her hopes become realities.
Making stars out of pin lights
If only we take time to unplug and turn around, we’ll see someone who is willing to talk.
Profiling a person is not always a straightforward thing. Just give them time. You could be surprised at the outcome.
I wish I could be as pretty as my mother when I grow old. Wrinkles, crow’s feet, freckles, and all…
Daddy has a new baby girl. But, somehow, it’s okay.

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