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Photographer Captures NYC Children from 169 Countries (PHOTOS)

Photographer Captures NYC Children from 169 Countries  (PHOTOS)

Photographer Danny Goldfield is trying to take pictures of children from every corner of the earth. His project was inspired by Rana Singh Sodhi, a man who lost a brother to a post-9/11 hate crime, and who, insread of retreating from the world, has responded by venturing out into it "meet his neighbors."

Goldfield lives in New York City, so he didn't have to travel far to build bridges. Without even leaving the five boroughs of New York, he has managed to meet and take portraits of children from 169 countries in seven years, with only 24 nations still "unvisited" at this point.

Goldfield's beautiful photos are currently on exhibit in New York, but you can see several of them (and read more about his project) at the Daily Mail.>>


Image Source: Danny Goldfield

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