The 50+ Most Powerful Photos Ever Taken That Truly Reflects The Human Experience
A picture is worth a thousand words, it’s true because putting a strong moment into words is very hard, especially when those moments come about after looking other people in times of complete l()ss and desp@ir.
We compiled this collection of iconic & powerful photos, taking into account cultural significance, news value and overall aesthetics. This is an incredible collection of feelings represents the love, innoc@nce, desp@ir, l()ss, and undy_ing pers@ver@nce within all of us.
#01. A Buddhist monk shares his meal with a tiger at the Kanchanaburi ‘Tiger Temple’ in Thailand.
Source: Wojtek Kalka
#02. Little boy playing the flute, with an attentive cat.
Source: Vladimir Zotov
#03. A firefighter gives water to a koala during the devastating Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria, Australia, in 2009
#05. Diego Frazão Torquato, 12 year old Brazilian playing the violin at his teacher’s fun@@ral. The teacher had helped him escape poverty and viol@@nce through music.
#06. A Mursi tribe woman discovers Vogue magazine, Ethiopia.
Source: Eric Lafforgue
#07. Groom crying tears of joy after seeing his bride for the first time.
Source: Jeff Bailey
#08. 3 weeks old infant with albinism snuggles up to his cousin for a snooze.
Source: Patricia Willocq
#10. Man holding a chip in his hand.
#11. The first mother in space. Anna Fisher, astronaut, with stars in her eyes on the cover of Life magazine in 1985.
Source: Life Magazine (1985)
#12. Girl holding a baby in Marocco.
Source: Carlo Meoni
#13. Silly girl with her mommy.
Source: Alex Elle
#14. The Little Parisian (1952).
Source: Willy Ronis
#15. A Boy Carrying His Dog Through Filipino Flood Waters
#16. Caroline Joan Peixoto, City Arts, photographed classical ballet students at rehearsal in Rwanda’s only classical ballet school.
Source: Caroline Joan Peixoto
#17. A woman sits amidst the wreckage caused by a massive earthquake and ensuing tsunami, in Natori, northern Japan, in March 2011
Source: Asahi Shimbun, Toshiyuki Tsunenari /AP
#18. Old man ki$$ing his wife.
#19. How to be happy? put a rabbit on your head!
#20. A North Korean waves at his South Korean brother after inter-Korean temporary family reunions.
#21. Mother holding a child.
#22. Man working in a coal mine.
Source: Daniel Becerril
#24. 100,000 monks in prayer for a better world.
Source: Luke Duggleby
#26. Skater girls in Tehran.
Source: Humans Of Tehran
#27. Kimono Girl.
Source: Itsuo Inouye
#28. A curious Afghan girl holds the hand of an American s@ldier.
#29. Jeneil Williams for Vogue Germany.
Source: Julia Noni
#30. Violinist, Nancy Dinovo, cries while playing during a service at Christ Church Cathedral in downtown Vancouver for the September 11 vi@@tims.
Source: Christopher J. Morris
#31. Lt. Colonel Robert L. Stirm is reunited with his family after being t@ken pris()ner d@ring the Vietnam.
#32. A child of the Erbore tribe, Ethiopia.
Source: Eric Lafforgue
#34. Bruno Morandi captures a tribal Chhetri woman in Nepal. 
Source: Bruno Morandi
#35. An Indian man in the festival of Holi (Festival of colors).
Source: Steve McCurry
#36. ‘Against All Prejudices’ – Punk rocker and kid at a G@y P@@de parade.
#37. Russian sp@@cial tr@@ps s@ldier with a butterfly on his fingers.
#39. Green-eyed girl from Nepal.
#40. Children’s smile in Life behind polar circle.
Source: Aleksandr Romanov
#41. A sad old man.
Source: Phil Marion
#43. A boy crosses a London street in the 1960s with a toy double decker.
Source: Notman Photographics Archives
#44. A young girl saying goodbye through a train window at Hefei, Anhui Province.
#46. Woman holding a child.
Source: Wakil Kohsar
#47. A boy with green eyes from Afghanistan.
Source: Steve McCurry
#48. Indian woman laughing.
#50. A child with members of the Muslim community attending midday prayers at Strasbourg Grand Mosque in France on the first day of Ramadan, 2013
Source: Vincent Kessler
#52. Terri Gurrola is reunited with her daughter after serving in Iraq for 7 months.
Source: Louie Favorite
#56. Little girl with a cat.
#57. ‘Wait For Me Daddy,’ by Claude P. Dettloff in New Westminster, Canada, October 1, 1940
Source: Claud Detloff
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