(FOTO) Deca iz različitih zemalja i njihove omiljene igračke

Beba i porodica 05. dec 202016:15 > 16:18
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Svi znamo decu koja imaju sve, okružena su gomilama igračaka u svojim ušuškanim sobicama, i više nijedna nije zanimljiva. Znamo i decu koja sama prave svoje igračke od štapa i kanapa, sedeći u nekoj prašini, tužnih i gladnih očiju. A kad se te dve slike stave jedna uz drugu, dobijamo početak jedne od najdirljivijih foto galerija današnjice.

Italijanska fotografkinja Gabrijela Galimberti već dve godine putuje svetom i pravi portrete dečaka i devojčica s njihovim najvećim blagom – igračkama. Fotografisala ih je u njihovom prirodnom okruženju, u kontekstu koji je drastično različit, ali s izrazima lica koji na isti način odaju prirodnu dečiju radost, nevinost i ponos. Galerija se sastoji od više od 50 fotografija koje navode na razmišljanje, predstavljamo vam neke od njih.

 

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Two days ago I took a new photo for my project TOY STORIES – Jacopo Vassallo, 3. Santo Stefano, Castiglion Fiorentino, Tuscany, Italy – Toy Stories is an ongoing project, wherever I go I take portraits of children with their favorite toys. I spent more than two years traveling the world (2012-2014), visiting more than 50 countries and creating 80% of this project. I recorded the spontaneous and natural joy that unites kids despite their diverse backgrounds. Whether the child owns a veritable fleet of miniature cars or a single stuffed monkey, the pride that they have is moving, funny, and thought provoking. #toys #play #kids #child #children Shot with a fantastic canon r5 that I borrowed from @canonitaliaspa

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These days I’m thinking about the people I met in Beirut, and the wonderful times I spent with them. I searched my archive, and one immediately came back to me. This photo of a smiling child with his favorite toy is my homage to a city and its people who gave me many beautiful moments. From my Toy Stories series: This is Taha, 4 from Beirut, Libanon. Toy Stories is an ongoing project—wherever I travel in the world, I take portraits of children with their favorite toys. In three years, I’ve visited over 50 countries, where I’ve recorded the spontaneous and natural joy that unites kids, despite their diverse backgrounds. Whether the child owns a veritable fleet of miniature cars or a single stuffed monkey, the pride that they have is moving, funny, and thought-provoking. #toys #play #kids #child #children #beirut #lebanon

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From my project TOY STORIES /// Naya, 3 – Costa Rica. Take a moment and think back to your childhood, the era in your life when the only thing you knew about a bill was that it was a bird’s equivalent of lips, and your day job was to construct fantastical worlds with your favorite toys. In my Toy Stories series, I explore the connection between children and their toys, getting an insight into their tiny worlds and a trip down memory lane. Toy Stories is the result of a 30-month trip in which I visited more than 50 countries, capturing children and their favorite toys. I would often take part in play or a game prior to arranging the toys for the photograph. Despite some differences, I found more similarities among children living worlds apart. Even in different countries, toys had the same function, such as protecting them from dangers and things they feared in the night. Toys haven’t changed all that much since I was a kid. I’d often find the kind of toys I used to have. It was nice to go back to my childhood. #toys #play #kids #child #children #toy #photography #portrait #kid #costarica #cahuita

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Yesterday I took a new photo for my project TOY STORIES – Sara, 5. Pratolino, Italy. / Take a moment and think back to your childhood, the era in your life when the only thing you knew about a bill was that it was a bird’s equivalent of lips, and your day job was to construct fantastical worlds with your favorite toys. In my Toy Stories series, I explore the connection between children and their toys, getting an insight into their tiny worlds and a trip down memory lane. Toy Stories is an ongoing project, started few years ago with a 30-month trip in which I visited more than 50 countries, capturing children and their favorite toys. I would often take part in play or a game prior to arranging the toys for the photograph. Despite some differences, I found more similarities among children living worlds apart. Even in different countries, toys had the same function, such as protecting them from danger or things they feared in the night. Toys haven’t changed all that much since I was a kid. I’d often find the kind of toys I used to have. It was nice to go back to my childhood. #toys #play #kids #child #children

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From my project TOY STORIES /// Cun Zi Yi, 3, Chongquing, China. Take a moment and think back to your childhood, the era in your life when the only thing you knew about a bill was that it was a bird’s equivalent of lips, and your day job was to construct fantastical worlds with your favorite toys. In my Toy Stories series, I explore the connection between children and their toys, getting an insight into their tiny worlds and a trip down memory lane. Toy Stories is the result of a 30-month trip in which I visited more than 50 countries, capturing children and their favorite toys. I would often take part in play or a game prior to arranging the toys for the photograph. Despite some differences, I found more similarities among children living worlds apart. Even in different countries, toys had the same function, such as protecting them from dangers and things they feared in the night. Toys haven’t changed all that much since I was a kid. I’d often find the kind of toys I used to have. It was nice to go back to my childhood. #toys #play #kids #child #children

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From my project TOY STORIES / Allenah Lajallab, 4, El Nido, Philippines / Take a moment and think back to your childhood, the era in your life when the only thing you knew about a bill was that it was a bird’s equivalent of lips, and your day job was to construct fantastical worlds with your favorite toys. In my Toy Stories series, I explore the connection between children and their toys, getting an insight into their tiny worlds and a trip down memory lane. Toy Stories is the result of a 30-month trip in which I visited more than 50 countries and took photographs of children and their favorite toys. I would often take part in play or games prior to arranging the toys for the photograph. Despite some differences, I found more similarities among children living worlds apart. Even in different countries, toys had the same function, such as protecting them from dangers and things they feared in the night. Toys haven’t changed all that much since I was a kid. I’d often find the kind of toys I used to have. It was nice to go back to my childhood somehow. #toys #play #kids #child #children

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Niko, 5, Homer, Alaska. Take a moment and think back to your childhood, the era in your life when the only thing you knew about a bill was that it was a bird’s equivalent of lips, and your day job was to construct fantastical worlds with your favorite toys. In my Toy Stories series, I explore the connection between children and their toys, getting an insight into their tiny worlds and taking you on a trip down memory lane. Toy Stories is the result of a 30-month trip, in which I visited more than 50 countries and took photographs of children and their favorite toys. I would often take part in a child’s games prior to arranging the toys for the photograph. Despite some differences, I found more similarities among children living worlds apart. Even in different countries, toys had the same function, such as protecting them from dangers and things they feared in the night. Toys haven’t changed all that much since I was a kid. I’d often find the kind of toys I used to have. It was nice to go back to my childhood somehow. | #toys #play #kids #child #children

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Alessia, 5 – Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy /// This is the first picture I took for my project TOY STORIES /// Alessia is the daughter of Dalia, a friend of mine, who live less than a mile away from the house where I grew up. One day, in 2011, I went to their house with my camera. They live in the country side in a small farm. When I got there I found Alessia playing in the cow stable with some of her favorite toys: her “agricultural toys”. I asked Alessia to display her toys on the floor and I took this portrait. Few months after this, I had the opportunity to travel all around the world for work and so I decided to try to take a similar photo in every country that I was going to visit. I visited 58 countries in about 30 months and I found a child between 3 and 6 years old in every place , I asked him/her to show me his/her favorite toys and I took photos! This is how I made my project TOY STORIES. #toys #tuscany #cow #kid #playing #toy #farm

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From my project TOY STORIES / Keynor, 3. Cahuita, Costa Rica #toys #toy #costarica #cahuita #toystories #kids #kid #play #game

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Twins echoes! – From my perfect TOY STORIES. Arafa & Aisha, 5. Bububu, Zanzibar #africa #zanzibar #tanzania #twins #toy #toys

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From my project TOY STORIES /// Elias, 3 – Aigle, Switzerland – Take a moment and think back to your childhood. The era in your life when the only thing you knew about a bill was that it was a bird’s equivalent of lips and your day job was to construct fantastical worlds with your favorite toys. In my series ‘Toy Stories’, I explore the connection between children and their toys and I try to give an insight into their tiny worlds and takes you on a trip down memory lane. ‘Toy Stories’ is the result of an 24 month round the world trip where I visited a variety of countries and cultures and took photographs of children and their toys. I would often take part in a child’s games prior to arranging the toys for the photograph. Despite some differences, I found similarities between children living worlds apart. Even in different countries, some children’s toys played the same function, or example protecting them from dangers and things they feared in the night. – Toys haven’t changed all that much since I was a kid. I’d often find the kind of toys I used to have, it was nice to go back to my childhood somehow. #aigle #switzerland?? #swiss #toy #toys #play #aigle

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From my project TOY STORIES /// Farida, 4 – Cairo, Egypt /// Take a moment and think back to your childhood. The era in your life when the only thing you knew about a bill was that it was a bird’s equivalent of lips and your day job was to construct fantastical worlds with your favorite toys. In my series ‘Toy Stories’, I explore the connection between children and their toys and I try to give an insight into their tiny worlds and takes you on a trip down memory lane. ‘Toy Stories’ is the result of an 24 month round the world trip where I visited a variety of countries and cultures and took photographs of children and their toys. I would often take part in a child’s games prior to arranging the toys for the photograph. Despite some differences, I found similarities between children living worlds apart. Even in different countries, some children’s toys played the same function, or example protecting them from dangers and things they feared in the night. – Toys haven’t changed all that much since I was a kid. I’d often find the kind of toys I used to have, it was nice to go back to my childhood somehow. #toystories #toys #play #kids #child #children #toy #kid #egypt #cairo

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From my project TOY STORIES /// Stella, 4. Montecchio, Italy #italy #tuscany #toy #toys #toystory #barbie #barbiegirl #dolls #doll #pink #play

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