this is incredible
this is incredible
Really interesting commentated photography of urban slums
Great look at the ives of people in the slums of the world. Excellently photographed and great audio recordings of these people telling their story.
The Places We Live
one hundred murders per week!!!! OMG barrios
Oh, the horror!
goddamn resized my window and an annoying soundtrack?!? would like to see the pictures, though...
couldn't take the intro soundtrack so i stopped it....... might be a lot of good pics but tough............ sort it out
Wow the photography is amazing!
Amazing representation.. Makes you think for a while..
important and relevant content but please leave my browser alone
Some people are so worried about a site that re-sizes their browser or is flash based. Look further. This website is a realm of knowledge about people who have nothing, but they make do. They live hard lives and still find time to be happy, to laugh and to go about surviving even though so much is telling them to give up. Take a moment, have a listen and see how fortunate we are to be a part of a species with so much fight in it. These stories are something special, definitely worth it.
The places we live. I like the way this is done.. people's creativity in making homes in difficult places. One third of people living in urban areas live in slums like these.
Ditto on the auto-thumbs down for resizing my browser. Any coolness about the actual content is shot.
the fastest way to a thumb down is to resize my browser window.
a close second is to make an all flash based website.
combine those and i dont care what kind of content you have, it's getting a thumbs down from me.
For those even mildly concerned about famine, war or pandemics. None of us are isolated from the problems of our cousins.
An amazing site with an equally amazing purpose. For someone like myself, who may never have the chance to travel outside of my own state (never mind nation) this is a rare and fascinating look into the lives of individuals in some of the harshest areas of the world to exist in. One can read descriptions, and one can watch the images on the news (sometimes all too fleetingly) but here, I was able to truly examine and witness the impact of this way of life upon it's inhabitants. This is truly terrifying, on so many levels.