Weekly Photo Challenge: Everyday Life

                    Weekly Photo Challenge: Everyday Life     

                 Crossing Borders to Help the Indigent Sick   

      Everyday,  Teng, Jane, Myra, Gigi, Rey, work 36 hours straight helping heal the sick. After hospital rounds, they have one or two days to rest. On this sunny day, instead of using their precious day-off to rest, Teng, Jane, and Myra drove to a dusty,  makeshift medical tent by a roadside in Rosarito, Mexico for  an organized medical mission. Here’s Teng in a preliminary medical interview exam of a mother and her brood in preparation for diagnostics. That’s their work — and the best of our generation. (photo by Myra Lambino)

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Explanation of the theme: From Cheri Lucas of WordPress: “Everyday Life. This challenge is all about people and the things they do every day: working, eating, drinking, chatting, dreaming, walking, exercising, or any of those things we do all the time without really thinking about it xxx”

Explanation of technique: Tip from WordPress guest host Jon Sanwell (“an English language teacher with a camera. Originally from Tunbridge Wells in the UK, he is now living in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) in Vietnam”)  : “xxx  I love taking close head-and-shoulders portraits, but they don’t necessarily show everyday life, xxx (but) (a)   wider angle, from up close, shows us something about what the subject is doing, and puts the viewer right into the frame.” See the Daily Post at WordPress:



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