37 thoughts on “Time to Move On

  1. What an awesome experience you guys have had!! I love this photo because the camera captures the man close up AND the lady far away carrying the child 😉 I like 🙂
    Safe travels to you guys!!

    Blessings
    JC

  2. Safe travels Otto. I have not yet commented but followed all of your stories from the camp. Very interesting look into such a different world.

  3. Så interessant å følge med på reisen! Fantastiske bilder, Otto! Jeg jobber i flyktningetjnesten å følger opp en familie som har oppholdt seg i en av flyktningeleirene i Sudan. Jeg viste dem bildene i posten “a toy story”, barna kjente igjen lekene, de kunne fortelle meg at de også hadde laget slike…
    Fortsatt god reise!

  4. Otto, I have been away from WP for a while and so could not follow any blog posts. Looks like I missed quite a lot 🙂 Thanks to you and Øystein for presenting and sharing this series of powerful photo-stories. As always, your photographs are captivating through out the series.:)

  5. As wonderful as this experience must have been, in a sense it must have been a little deflating seeing all the needs to be done…but not seeing how it can be. This is a haunting and beautiful shot.

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