Faces that tell a thousand tales: Enchanting portraits that explore the lives of locals across Asia and South America

A woman with spectacles perched on the edge of her nose sits surrounded by oranges at her fruit stall, an ageing Fidel supporter drinks rum at 9am and an old man sits on his porch smoking a cigar.
An evocative photo series by Toronto-born photographer Luke Gram spans continents, from Asia to South America, examining the life of locals close up.
Most of Gram's subjects sport greying hair, their weather-beaten faces creased with wrinkles, as they stare in the lens, telling the photographer their story. 
Many are impoverished, resorting to begging and living on the streets. Some try to make... read more

18 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 44
Source: Daily Mail

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