Reading everybody's comments, thinking we all pass a starving human almost everyday and most of the time we ignore that person yet we are quick to judge. This photo is trying to tell us to be better and to open our eyes instead of living in our own bubble.
It never made sense for him to sit and take a picture instead of doing something to make the vulture go away.. He was after awards and glory and fame Where was his God-Consciousness ? Or was it because the child is black?
A picture that became a wrenching case study in the debate over when photographers should intervene. Readers were eager to find out what happened to the child—and to criticize Carter for not coming to his subject’s aid 🤦😒😐😭
Carter's capture by the lens in this picture raised concerns on the ethics of journalism and storytelling. If he chose to chase away the vulture, he wouldn't tell a story. If he took the pic like he did, he would tell a story. Of what value was his story if the kid died!
For we to stay safe in this world,the first thing we need is looking for God's presence in our life.This matters so much since the World we are living in has circumstances which are challenging and they sometimes happen involuntarily or uncertainly