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Portuguese photographer Jose Ferreira traveled to the Huléne garbage dump, not far from the city's airport, and captured the harsh reality of life in this "trash land." Here, a man has found a rotten orange on the ground to eat. A photo that stuns  indeed.    http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/africa/08/27/Mozambique.trash.city/index.html?hpt=hp_abar

Portuguese photographer Jose Ferreira traveled to the Huléne garbage dump, not far from the city's airport, and captured the harsh reality of life in this "trash land." Here, a man has found a rotten orange on the ground to eat. A photo that stuns indeed. http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/africa/08/27/Mozambique.trash.city/index.html?hpt=hp_abar

I feel really good when I see animals smiling as much as human beings do. They make me look at life positively and say to myself that: "Hey, there's more to life so don't just frown there. Go ahead...

I feel really good when I see animals smiling as much as human beings do. They make me look at life positively and say to myself that: "Hey, there's more to life so don't just frown there. Go ahead...

This photograph gave to Charles Porter the 1996 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography. The photograph shows a firefighter carrying a baby away from the disaster

This photograph gave to Charles Porter the 1996 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography. The photograph shows a firefighter carrying a baby away from the disaster

Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography _ 1998: Martha Rial, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - For her life-affirming portraits of survivors of the conflicts in Rwanda and Burundi.

Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography _ 1998: Martha Rial, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - For her life-affirming portraits of survivors of the conflicts in Rwanda and Burundi.

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