These awesome kids live on TV Hill in the middle of Kabul. The houseing on TV Hill is all illegal, with no running water, electricity stolen further down the hill..... yet these kids smiled non stop from the moment i saw them.
Taken in Mambo, Tanzania, as part of my series "the innocence of Mambo"
This series was in honour of the amazing kids I have met while exploring the very remote village of Mambo in the rugged Usambara Mountains. These kids work so hard to help with the daily basic needs, yet they are still so innocent. Their smiles have touched me and have made made...
For a country that has seen violent conflict for so many years and generations, it always amazes me how many children play with toy guns. This group i saw on TV Hill in Kabul. The smiles betray their intents.
- Beldangi II, Damak, Nepal, 2014: These refugees have been living in these camps for over two decades. All these kids were born and grew up in the camp. They have never been to Bhutan and will never be allowed to. But they daily sing the National Anthem and learn the Dzongkha language with all sincerity. ..4 November 2014