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POSING FOR THE CAMERA

AID WORKERS ENCOUNTER SMALL SOULS. A CAMERA PROVOKES CURIOSITY IN THE CHILDREN OF RAMALLAH.



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Four boys in Nablus notice our camera, stop their football game, and ask us to take their picture.
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A father approaches us in Nablus’ Old Market, asking us to take this photograph.
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Two boys, playing in front of Qalandia checkpoint, run towards us and boast that they have just thrown stones at Israeli soldiers.
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Over the road, one of the boys talks to a local shop owner and begins to lose interest in the camera.
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Two brothers play outside a bakery in Nablus’ Old Market and ask us to take their picture. After we show them their image, they laugh anxiously and run away.
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A young member of a Bedouin herding community outside Jericho is excited by our camera.
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Another young member of the herding community sees our camera.
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Young boys lay out their prayer mats in anticipation of evening prayers in an Old City square, Bethlehem.
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The boys idle around the table next to ours and can only pretend they are disinterested in the camera for so long.
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FORTNIGHT JOURNAL WISHES YOU

HAPPY HOLIDAYS

AND A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR



WE WILL RETURN TO OUR REGULAR SCHEDULE ON

JANUARY 3, 2011
 
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