Photographer's Note

The world in a palm

Each nation has its own proud theory to believe they are the best. The Israeli believe their people God’s people. The Japanese called themselves children of the God of the Sun. China — in its real meaning — is the flower in the middle of the globe. Vietnamese history teachers taught their students that Vietnam has 4,000 years of culture with a strength that beat the most powerful enemies of human kind: the Chinese, the Mongolian, the French and the American.

Standing at the United Nations Headquarters in New York looking at this scene, I got the idea that our entire world could just be fit in someone’s palm. Here we don’t hear the voice of heroes, but can feel the real power of those who control the switch of global movement.

Sorry that at time when taking this photo, I only have a cheap one-time-use camera. Please forgive and share with me.



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Additional Photos by Huy V Tran (huynt) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 846 W: 15 N: 932] (5081)
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