The Human Photographer

Bayfront Park Miami, FL. (Image by Anthony Rampersad)

In 1993 South African photographer Kevin Carter took one of the world’s most famous images. Even without seeing it I’m fairly certain you know it. It was an image of an emaciated Sudanese toddler collapsed and struggling to make her way to a feeding center while a vulture stalked nearby.

The imagery was both shocking and compelling. Published in The New York Times (Friday March 26, 1993), The Mail and The Guardian…

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Anthony Rampersad

Anthony Rampersad

Photographer | Blogger | Graphic Designer | Energy Analyst | Bibliophile | Coffee Addict | www.anthonyrampersad.com

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