American photographer John Carrey is a reasonably well-known figure. He especially appreciates depicting the daily lives of many nations in vivid and evocative photos.
John was able to visit nearly all of the countries in the world in quest of compelling photos. His employment once “led” him to Somalia.
The nation is ranked among the poorest in the world, and many residents endure appalling living circumstances.
John observed a girl sitting on the ground in the dust while he was strolling through the streets. His jaw dropped at her sad, introspective gaze.
After snapping a few pictures, he made the decision to locate her parents. The girl had, it turned out, been alone for a long time; no one had seen her parents, and she had only eaten what kind-hearted people had given her.