A picture can speak thousands of words, but need to understand and find out, example you just watching a beautiful picture and commented "Picture is a very beautiful", but ever you thought, what's the story of that picture!!, only the photographer and that picture can tell the real story. Any way, here I am again going to share some story of pictures, hope you should like it. I hope you read my previous blog "Story Behind The Pictures - I" and "Story Behind The Pictures - II".


 1. Moments after this was taken, Omayra Sanchez died.


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This is the last taken photograph of Omayra Sánchez. She died shortly after the photograph was taken. It was 1985 and the Nevado del Ruiz volcano had erupted. She was trapped in water and concrete for 3 days. This iconic photo created quite a stir due to the photographer's inaction towards saving her. She was 13 years old.


2. The Afghan Girl was a student at an informal school within a refugee camp


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The Afghan Girl is one of the most popular and recreated images in the world, shot by National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry. The Afghan Girl is Sharbat Gula, a student at an informal school within a refugee camp. It was the time of the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. She has also been often referred to as the Afghan Mona Lisa.



3. Haunted Picture of a dying child of Sudan.


(Image : Iconic Photos)

Photographer Kevin Carter took the photograph of this little girl in southern Sudan, devastated by famine. You can see a vulture waiting to feed on the girl. Carter took the photograph and chased the vulture away. The girl had made it to safety. Carter won a Pulitzer for this photograph. But he was criticized for not helping the girl. Haunted by everything he had seen in Sudan, Carter committed suicide three months later.


4. Protest


(Image : Google)

A man teasing to army during protest without any fear.


5. White and Black baby sleeping together


(Image : Google)

Beautiful picture of a two baby sleeping together, one is white and second is black which shows beyond of racism.


6. World Trade Center attacks 


(Image : Emlii)

September 11, 2001. Two airplanes - American Airlines Flight 11 and United Airlines Flight 175 - were hijacked by 19 Al Qaeda terrorists. The planes crashed into the North and South towers of the World Trade Center. These crashes were part of four coordinated suicide attacks. Nearly 3,000 people died. This photograph was taken at the moment the second plane hit the North Tower.


7. The first wave of the 2004 tsunami that claimed 2,00,000 lives hits the shore of Thailand.


(Image : Viral Circus)

The first wave of the deadly tsunami that occurred in 2004 hits the shore in Thailand as people scramble about to reach a safe place. The Indian Ocean tsunami killed about 2,00,000 people. The worst-hit countries were Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Maldives and Thailand.


8. Marc Riboud's iconic photo captures the power of love in the face of violence.


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This iconic photograph by Marc Riboud captures a young woman offering a flower to the guards at the Pentagon during a protest against the Vietnam War. It shows the power of love in the face of violence. The photo, La Jeune Fille a la Fleur, would go on to become the symbol for the Flower Power movement.


9. Cat listening Music.


(Image :  Google)

Music no have language, no boundary, every body like music, this picture shows power of music, where a boy playing flud and a little kitty listening.


10. Bounding between Monk and Tiger.


(Image : Reuters)

We bitterly know Tiger is a dangerous wildest animal, but we can make relation between wild too. This picture taken from Tiger Temple, where monks care taking to tigers. 



By - Bozena Neil