Street photo and people – Everyday beautiful people 81

“We are all first born humans until we allow the classifying terms of race, religion, politics and wealth to wield its divisive mechanisms of separation in our midst.” Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha

Street photos

I love this random photo I took on the street. Each person is getting on with his daily affair. Each person has his own story to tell.

Each person adds to the jigsaw of the tapestry that makes up humanity.


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17 thoughts on “Street photo and people – Everyday beautiful people 81

  1. Meena Bazaar ? feels like a back street ? I love that your are in Dubai and sending these lovely pictures. Yeah Dubai is super expensive, but way back in 2002 i think it was reasonable . But it has exploded out of control – in-terms of shopping mall expense. Thanks for sharing always

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  2. Your words are so true, I don’t know why anything else has to come into picture…nothing else matters! I find your photo interesting in the fact that some of them are looking at you and have a questioned look on their face as if wondering what you are doing, and as you state others going about their day… 🙂

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