Faces

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Øystein Mikalsen continues his reporting from South Sudan, this time mentally stepping a step and philosophizing about fates and faces. Look up his latest post.

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About Otto von Münchow

Photographer based in Norway
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12 Responses to Faces

  1. Patrizia M. says:

    Molto belle le foto, ma soprattutto il messaggio che il tuo amico cerca di far capire!!!
    Grazie! Ciao, Pat

  2. YellowCable says:

    Those faces are happy faces. They seem to find happiness where they are now.

  3. themofman says:

    Cultural beauty through cultural scarification.

  4. I see a lot of “Stories” in those faces. Even the younger ones. I think they have had a life of strife that none of us could even imagine.

  5. Thank you for your work; it is greatly needed.
    Pastor/Equipping The Saints

  6. smudgylens says:

    This is very interesting! I happen to live in a neighborhood where I see refugees like these who moved from their country completely and are finding their place in the States. I wish I could just walk up to them and ask them so many questions..

  7. Gunta says:

    Those faces brought to mind a time when my family and I were living in a refugee camp in the aftermath of WWII in Germany. One would think humanity might find a better way to cope with these situations.

  8. very sobering.. they make me look inward and ponder my day and the week’s tasks.. and they seem so shallow.

    thanks, both of you…

    z

  9. hutchphotography2020 says:

    Great character.

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