22 of the most powerful photos ever taken

  • 4:16 pm March 15, 2018
  • bhavna

There are some pictures no words can describe.

#22 A Young Syrian Girl

The picture explains the Syrian Refugee crisis more precisely than any article.

#21 Life Saver

A surgeon after performing a 23-hour long heart transplant

#20 All Cries

A 12-year-old boy from Brazil crying while playing Piano for his favorite teacher, who had taught him the power of music against violence and poverty

#19 Such Grief

A man overwhelmed with grief upon learning that his brother had died.

#18 The Savior

A firefighter offering water to a Koala bear after devastating bushfire dangered many koalas in Victoria, Australia 2009.

#17 Father-Son Relationship

A son trying to pull up his wasted father from the ground.

#16 The Mars

Sunset on Mars looks like this.

#15 Cyclone in Myanmar

The aftermath of the cyclone that hit Myanmar in the year 2008 leaving millions of people homeless.

#14 The Distorted Realities

An old WW2 Russian tank veteran is leaning towards the place he spent his time in the war.

#13 Love overpowers everything

‘Handshake’ above the graves of a Protestant husband and a Catholic wife in Holland, 1888.

#12 Battle of Kursk in 1943

The moments before the war are so vulnerable!

#11 The search continues

And the pain too..

#10 The Rich And The Poor

The terrifying reality of the hand of a starving boy beside the hand of a missionary.

#9 Father-Son Bond

Father and son aging graciously while standing by each other!

#8 The Painful Death

A Wall inside an Auschwitz gas chamber.

#7 The Futile Wars

A Russian soldier playing an abandoned piano.

#6 Humanity

Christians protecting Muslims in the middle of prayer during the uprising in Cairo of 2011.

#5 Mother and Daughter Unite

She came after serving in Iraq for seven months.

#4 Love before everything

A couple embracing each other under a collapsed factory

#3 What Are We Teaching Them?

A 5-yr-old gypsy boy smoking.

#2 Take Me With You

‘Wait for me, daddy’ Claude P. Dettloff (New Westminster, Canada Oct. 1, 1040.)

#1 Kindness Wins All

The power of love and peace over the weapons.