Stolen Childhood

Roadside Chef

New Delhi, India

17 Replies to “Stolen Childhood”

  1. Poverty is so rich in India. Some may not think this is a ‘beautiful’ scene in the classical sense but it is beautiful and tells so many stories. You are lucky to have these images at your doorstep. Can’t wait to visit India again with my camera this time!

  2. It’s a beautiful environmental portrait. It’s not only about the making of the daily bread, but the expression of the boy goes beyond that. I can see the awe and curiosity, but also a lost childhood in his eyes. A very strong photo.

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