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    when i arrived to photograph a story about parents dealing with autism i found a young boy hiding under the diningroom table. he remained there the entire time-every so often pushing himself feet first into the light from the glass door which opened onto the backyard...this was the only time i saw his face.

    iandoh, he-sk, avrilstylo, Hensdill, and 28 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. JWebb ages ago | reply


    2. Nachosan ages ago | reply

      what an amazing capture!! beautifull story!

    3. whatsnext ages ago | reply

      wow, what a story and great moment that he had eye contact with your camera... i wonder if he liked to play with his mom's shoe under the table...

    4. iandoh ages ago | reply

      not only heartwarming, but motivated me want to read up on autism (link to Wikipedia entry)

    5. zebble ages ago | reply

      I like the way this shot shows such a wealth of warmth. The eye contact is incredible but the feeling is that the child and the family share a common friendship despite the difficulties.

    6. he-sk ages ago | reply

      great storytelling and a truly beautiful shot!

    7. Tiziano Luccarelli ages ago | reply

      Big big shot!!

    8. dElay ages ago | reply

      amazing shots here
      whole stream !

    9. keidi 107 months ago | reply

      great shot. i work with autistic children and i really like this as i think you've captured the child in his world. ;)

    10. lounging linda 107 months ago | reply

      You've definitely captured his interest which can sometimes be tricky. (I know i have an Autistic son) .Lovely picture ^_~

    11. mdestaub 101 months ago | reply

      very intersting

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    13. Shaun Roberts 64 months ago | reply

      Brilliant shot, I love how you composed the frame. I first saw this attributed to you via:

    14. Frozen in Time Photographers 60 months ago | reply

      wonderful capture. My son likes to hide in closed spaces and under tables.

    15. Jo Pyrah 51 months ago | reply

      Great shot, reminds me of a few people with Autism I know and respect.

    16. Lunas Verdes [deleted] 22 months ago | reply


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