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virginie

Il y a un vrai décalage entre le lieu et ce qu'ils transmettent !

Marie

jolie série de portraits, et beaux noirs et blancs.

carol

Very Filipino, always happy, smiling amidst of problems.

John

Great subjects.

pieterbie

Funny how these guys smile at you.
They seem happy???

Wolfgang

Sidney, you are such a good photographer; you are great in telling stories with your photos and catching the atmosphere of situations ...

oggi

I love the last photo. The guy is so funny.:D

Daniel

That’s a stunning series. Great photos.
How comes the inmates were so comfortable with having their picture taken?

Xerophytes

Ang mga pinoy talaga, kahit anong condition, saan man, basta may camera, nakangiti!

k@

You really did a professional job here, Sidney ! To be printed & published !

JMS*

Trouver le moyen de sourire et de plaisanter dans ces conditions...

zbjernak

despite their poor condition, they still able to strike some pose and being cheeky
they look happy too..

rian

very nice documentary images.. they do look happy despite the condition their in..

Michael Rawluk

It is such a sad situation.

HalfCrazy

Haha, the Filipinos, as usual. Smiling no matter what. Damn so crowded!

PM

i've never been to a jail. but my friend was able to go to one. he said they weren't allowed to shoot any video or take photos. but obviously you did. yey you.

JJ

More amazing shots in this series

siamak

amazing shot , your work is very good
good luck

fortuitous faery

the expression on the face of the one with the headband is just precious.

Photo Cache

they look very happy and without cares in the world.

Pavan Kaul

Excellent expressions that convey the spirit of these wonderful people...well done!

grace

I didn't noticed that you are back, Sidney. It is so nice to be back here in your blog again. :)

dennis

They look happy despite their condition. Maybe they have already been hardened by their experiences.

Charles Ravndal

Hello Sidney! Nice shots, but it's just sad that they're crammed in a small place, like sardines in a can.

Otto K.

excellent, Sidney. particularly like the first one.

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