Through the Eyes of a Child: Philippines

childrens photography Photos you send to your sponsored children help them visualize your world and get to know you better. Today, you can see their world through photos taken by six sponsored children in the Philippines.

What one word would you use to describe the photos below?

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childrens photography

childrens photography

childrens photography

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childrens photography

childrens photography

childrens photography

childrens photography

childrens photography

childrens photography

childrens photography

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Photos gathered by Edwin Estioko, Field Communication Specialist

A special “thank you” to our young photographers: Cherrie Rose, Christine Grace, Dorothy, Jemah, Jeshaiah and Stephanie.

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  1. Tondja Woods January 20, 2013

    Thank you for sharing these great image.

  2. Mike Stephens January 17, 2013

    thanks edwin!

  3. Laura January 17, 2013

    Great pictures! Thank you so much for sharing these! :)

  4. Kees Boer January 17, 2013

    What a cool post!!! When I’m in the centers, many times I loan my children a camera and they go around the center and take many photos. Many times I get photos of like a Coke bottle or something. And some of the photos they take are the very best. One of the reasons being, I believe is that they are not intimidating, (for lack of a better word) like an adult might be, so the children act more “natural” around them and so you see how the children perceive each other.

    I am looking for a sponsor right now for a little boy and I remember when the official Compassion picture was taken. Well, he cried and cried and cried. As a matter of fact, I have it on video along with several hundred pictures of him, like when he graduated from the CSP. But anyways, he just didn’t want to be photographed. But I had two cameras with me and had asked one of the girls to also take photos of him. Well, she got some really nice natural looking photos of him.

    Well, it was so bad, that they had to pros-pone the photo shoot. Now, I got a good picture of him. If anyone knows someone by the way, who could sponsor him, let me know…. :-)

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