16th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Waiting for hope
I noticed those people are still waiting for something. Until I ask the fisherman. Then I ask the lady, She said she was waiting for her husband to come back. Her husband was a fisherman. She said, he still need to go to the lake despite of the typhoon. For them to eat and survive not just for them but also for their family. Especially now, They need to work harder because of Inflation. Every drop of their sweat is a hope. Hoping that someday, Something will change. They are left behind. They are the real victim of poverty.
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||Sept. 16, 2018, 7:01 a.m.