Weekly photo Challenge: Humanity

Yangshuo, China

This weeks photo challenge is photographs that capture humanity — of everyday people around the world — and that provoke compassion and an understanding of our differences.

These are some of my favourite captures of people around Asia.

My favorite photos capture the emotions of others and spark a curiosity about their lives. For me, these images reflect humanity and create connections between us.

Author: janaline's world journey

I am addicted to travelling and have been exploring the world for nearly two decades. Here I share my travel stories and pictures so that you can share in some of the amazing experiences I have along the way. When you travel you experience the culture and get to know the people of a country. Once you step out of your comfortzone you get to know the real country and experience it in a different way than ordinary tourists. My camera usually accompanies me everywhere I go so you can "see" and read about my journeys.

39 thoughts on “Weekly photo Challenge: Humanity”

  1. Stunning photos and a wonderful interpretation of this week’s challenge. I love how you managed to get quite a number of locals to obligingly look right into your camera lens – it’s as if their eyes are dancing. Though their lives might be hard, they all look so happy 🙂


  2. Well, you have certainly been all around the world Janaline, so probably have many wonderful photos to choose from. I think you have selected some absolutely stunning ones here and presented them well too – I particularly like the last one.


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