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Where Children Sleep

Posted on the 04 April 2011 by Gerard @presurfer
Where Children Sleep
Photographer James Mollison travelled around the world and took pictures of children and their sleeping space. The pictures are now a part of his book called 'Where Children Sleep.' The difference between the children's places to live is shocking. Not every child has a warm and nice home to grow up in.The Presurfer

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