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Orphanages in Kyrgyzstan – The Features

Over winter break myself and nine other photojournalism students from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, along with our professor, Bruce Thorson, and his assistant, traveled to Kyrgyzstan to produce photo documentary stories.  Some of us focused on stories of homelessness, racial discrimination, coal mining, maternities and orphanages.  I focused on orphanages for most of the three weeks and spent some time in homes with people with disabilities.  Over the next few days I will post some of the photos from each small story I was able to work on.  Today, I am posting some of the features from various orphanages we visited in our search for a story.


Categories: Kyrgyzstan
  1. April 20, 2012 at 1:56 am

    Very Nice Blog.Good Job..

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