"In photography, there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality."
Photographs have the power to say a million words, without even speaking out loud. Probably, the latest saying will be "photographs" speak louder than words. Surely, after reading this piece and scrolling through the photographs compiled, you will be left searching for words, for you may be deeply hurt and startled after being acquainted with the disturbing reality and the plight of the organisms on this earth, even in the 21st Century.
From war remains to the aftermath of natural calamities to the dire and long-time lurking poverty, there are snaps which demand you to take action RIGHT NOW to be the harbinger of change in the life of at least one creature on this earth. From the past to the present, these snaps talk of our suffering, of our failures and encourage us to spread more love in this lovelorn (full of hatred, though) world.
P.S. In our efforts, we try our best to credit each and every photographer, but sometimes it's impossible to track some of them. Please help us in the comments section below if you know the missing authors.
When love for music gets any channel to flow, why not practice it.
The toil is evident from his face.
Image credits: James Stanfield
When care and help can work wonders, we should not refrain.
Image credits: Mike Wells
'Cause this bond is unbreakable.
Image credits: Vojage-Vojage
His teacher had helped him escape poverty and violence through music.
Image credits: kindnessblog.com
...when one has to face the harsh realities of life.
Image credits: Nhat V. Meyer
'Cause humanity is above all.
Image credits: Nevine Zaki
'Cause kindness costs nothing.
Image credits: abc.net.au
When poverty is still a stark truth.
Image credits: Tsering Topgyal / AP
He did this by detecting more than 3,329 kgs of the explosive RDX, 600 detonators, 249 hand grenades and 6406 rounds of live ammunition. He was buried with full honor in 2000.
Image credits: STR News / Reuters
This is heartbreaking.
Image credits: Richard Drew /AP
When the child cares for the parent.
Image credits: imgur.com
This has caused a lump in my throat.
Image credits: Taslima Akhter
Gosh! How's that even allowed?!
Image credits: Jesco Denzel
'Cause not only words can express love.
Image credits: Vanderlei Almeida / Getty Images
In Natori, northern Japan, in March 2011. 'Cause the after=effects of a calamity are more hurtful.
Image credits: Asahi Shimbun, Toshiyuki Tsunenari /AP
The expressions of the onlookers are a treat to the funny bones!
Image credits: Andri Tambunan
These photographs are so emotionally inclined that they curdle our blood.
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