Dida, my little princess
mannayakasha Those eyes! Where does she play to get covered in all black dust?
miocade @mannayakasha she played in the charcoal factory. Thousands if children work , play and stay there.
jucesso So beautiful!
heshushu where is her mum？
simonrsparks Your photographs, Thomas, are wonderful, although I've not commented before; doing so seemed somewhat incongruous. They're all wonderful photographs, of course, but more importantly what they document - and the way in which they document it - is staggering in a way I can barely articulate. This one, more than all the others, however, left me absolutely devastated. I can't even begin to fathom what this little girl must deal with or have dealt with in her short life, but this photograph does so much: the way in which the almost universally recognizable traces of childhood - her dress, her hoop, such as it is, the almost smile on her face - are overwritten by the brutality of child labour went right to my heart. I've always been very conscious of how lucky I am to spend time with my daughter and of how lucky she is, in turn. Seeing this photograph today, however, made me even more acutely aware of that. It's an incredible photograph that, from what I can find out, documents incredible work. Thank you for sharing it.
miocade @simonrsparks hi thanks. :-)
dadseyeview @simonrsparks Well said sir, you've put it so well. As a parent these images really hit hard. Thanks again to @miocade for showing us the serious but thought provoking side of IG. I look forward to more of your work Thomas