Every picture have a hidden story, but a camera can catch a moment of view, before and after of picture become hidden, here I going to share story of few stunning picture. I hope you read my previous blog "Story Behind The Pictures - I",  like that here again I am going to share some more story of pictures, hope you like it.

 

1. A Nepali Woman worker

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(Image: Reuters)

This beautiful picture photographer taken from Nepal, where a group of workers going at tea farm, for collecting the tea leaves. 

 

2. Rohingya refugees crossing the border with infant baby.

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Rohingya refugees carry their infant baby as they walk through water after crossing the border by boat through the Naf River in Teknaf, Bangladesh.

Reuters photographer Mohammad Ponir Hossain: "I walked around for an hour on the muddy and very slippery path to get to the river bank. When I reached it I heard the sound of people who had arrived by boats. Because of the mangroves I couldn't see them properly. After some time I saw more than hundred people come out of the mangroves and start walking into the water with children, elderly people and their belongings. Due to low tide boats were unable to reach to the dry land. This Rohingya couple with a child had to get off the boat into a mangrove first; then walk through the water to reach dry land."

 

3. Fear and pain in the eyes

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A man cries as he carries his daughter while walking from an Islamic State-controlled part of Mosul towards Iraqi special forces soldiers during a battle in Mosul, Iraq. Goran Tomasevic: "Both screaming in terror, a father and the young daughter he cradled in his arm fled through the rubble-strewn streets of Wadi Hajar, transformed in a flash into a battleground between Islamic State fighters and Iraqi special forces. They and their neighbours - some wearing rubber sandals, some barefoot - were running from an IS counter-attack in this part of Mosul, dodging gunfire as the militants closed in. When they reached the special forces lines, males were ordered to lift their shirts to prove they weren't suicide bombers. Some had to take off their clothes or show their belts, though not those carrying children. The father was so beside himself, so panicked. It was obvious because he had a short shirt on and was carrying a child that he wasn't Islamic State."

 

4. Rohingya refugee to come out of Nad River

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Photographers help a Rohingya refugee to come out of Nad River as they cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border in Palong Khali, near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. picture showing the the pain and efforts of refugee to come out.

 

5. Nurse cared a premature baby 28 year ago, he became doctor after 28 years, in-front of her.

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(Image : © abdilatifysh/Reddit )

Imagine, if you care a unknown baby as a nurse, after long years he come infront of you as a doctor, this should be a beautiful moment of your life. Like this happen in USA, where a nurse in past cared a baby, after 28 years she found that hr became a doctor.

 

6. Soldier have emotions too.

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(Image : Reuters)

If you think, Soldier is only a war machine, then you are wrong, they have feelings and emotions, this picture taken from war field where a soldier feeding a baby kitty which is shows feelings of a soldier.

 

7. A woman assists an injured person after an accident.

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A woman assists an injured person after an incident on Westminster Bridge in London.

 

8. Fireman save a girl child.

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A touchable picture of fire man, who is saving a girl child from burning building.

 

9. Moment of earthquake in Japan.

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An earthquake of 9.0 Richter Scale hit eastern Japan killing over 15,000 and leaving another 9,000 missing. It was the fifth most devastating earthquake in the world. The earthquake also caused nuclear accidents, primarily level 7 meltdowns at three reactors. 

 

10. First heart transplant in Poland

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(Image : James Stanfield)

Despite protests from the church, government, and general public, Dr. Religa managed to successfully perform the first heart transplant in Poland in 1987. After 23 long hours fighting for the patient’s life, he and his assistant finally relaxed a little. In this picture, Dr. Religa monitors the performance of the patient’s brand-new heart, and his assistant is sleeping in the corner of the operating room. Dr. Religa passed away in 2009, but his patient outlived him and died in 2017, 30 years after the operation.

 

 

By - Bozena Neil