Kloie Picot

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PHOTOGRAPHY - ESSAYS

Iraqi Victims

Sufferance Iraqi
Victims of War

Kidnap, murder, soldier, explosion, army, militia, ambush car; these words are the pattern of vernacular of Iraqi children and their parents in the mayhem of Iraq.
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Palestinian Refugees

Palestinian Refugees
Pawns of Peace

Palestinian diaspora has been on going for 60 years. Most Palestinian who fled to Lebanon, Syria and Jordan dream of one day returning. Palestine is their blood, soul and land.
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Afghanistan Disabled Displaced

Afghanistan
Disabled Displaced

The disabled displaced are marginalized from society. Local surveys estimate that 3-4 percent of the Afghan population is disabled as a direct result of ballistic or landmine injuries.
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Sea Gypsies

Sea Gypsies
Conversion to Christianity

After the devastation of the 2004 tsunami, a congregation of the FULL GOSPEL CHURCH in Ranong, Thailand, have bought land, built homes, installed electricity and water and are converting the Sea Gypsies to Christianity.
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Kathmandu's Abandoned Children

Kathmandu Kids
Truth is Fiction

It is estimated that 600 children live on the streets of Kathmandu. They are the war displaced, the orphaned, and the abused. Unfortunately, the money they work and beg for is often used to buy glue.
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Facing Survival

Sri Lanka
Facing Survival

After the 2004 tsunami, Muslim, Hindu, and Christian communities were transferred to displacement camps in schools, churches, and hastily constructed tent camps. The survivors made due with the barest of necessities. Those left behind faced survival with resilience, humanity, and belief that things will get better.
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Global Work Force

Workers
The Global Work Force

An on-going photo essay of workers around the world. Some are exploited some exploit, all work to provide for oneself, ones family, pay debts, buy things, achieve financial independence, and dignity.
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Tamil Tiger Funeral

Tamil Tigers
A Tamil Tiger Funeral

On Feb 7, 2005 Mr. E Kaushalyan, Tamil Tiger LTTE political head in the Batticaloa-Ampara district of Northeastern Sri Lanka, and 4 aides were returning from tsunami relief talks with the Sri Lankan government when they were ambushed and assassinated by gunmen.
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Faith is Universal

Religion
Faith is Universal

Faith in ones own religion and more importantly acceptance and respect towards other religious traditions can bring mankind closer together, rather than further apart.
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Tattoo

Tattoo in Taiwan,
Pain-pleasure, Body-art

Taiwanese tattoo artists are much in demand for their quality work and dedication to inking masterworks onto the human canvas.
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Free Acheh Movement

Free Acheh Movement
Portraits of Fighters

The Free Acheh Movement (GAM) fighters were able to return to their villages after peace accords were signed with the Government of Indonesia (GoI) and the election of Irwandi Yusuf, a former rebel leader, as governor of Acheh in December 2006.
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Nation of Faith

Religion
Nation of Faith

Religion plays a natural part in daily life in Thailand. Cultural and religious diversity is generally respected by the Thai people. Here, religion is as natural a part of life as rainfall.
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