14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Series "The Invisibles" A portrait of a homeless man in Caracas, Venezuela.
THE INVISIBLES, a photographic series showing the human realism that touches the callous side of man.
“Their eyes give us a foretaste of what they are; they tell us their current reality, but are an enigma of what they have been, what they are and what will be.
Not only their physical appearance but his whole being, from their life experiences to their outfits, make them more present in our daily lives; we have to be just a little curious to call our attention so we can look at their souls apart of their complex reality.
Without asking they expect the sensitivity of the human wakes up.
Without asking they expect us to look at them from our souls, not our eyes.
Without asking they expect to humanize humanity”.
© Camilo Carvallo.
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||Nov. 25, 2016, 9:55 p.m.
||Canon EOS 7D