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    Hi,

    since I am back from my last journey I am working, lets say it carefully, on a very delicate story. I was asked to make a report about a famous Aids-temple 120km north of Bangkok called „Wat Phrabat Nampu“.

    Personally it was a very difficult experience, to see and write about all thoose things there, and for sure, my life will never be the same before after seeing that.

    But I must warn you, its nothing for tender-hearted people. The story by itself is already 12 pages long and there are more then 100 pictures on my Homepage from the Aids-victims from this temple.

    Here are the links:

    http://www.wolfgangsteiner.com/blog-...blogid-66.html

    http://www.wolfgangsteiner.com/blog-...blogid-67.html

    Please fell free to ask any questions.

    Best regards

    Wolfgang Steiner

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    Wolfgang,

    First of all, thanks for sharing your deep and immensely profound journey with us.

    I can't begin to tell you how this will move some people, even though not that many may speak about it, but your work gives a 'VOICE' to the people that are forced to suffer in silence, shunned away by society - the way lepers once were ...

    Thank you for what you have done Wolfgang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steiner Photography View Post
    Hi,

    since I am back from my last journey I am working, lets say it carefully, on a very delicate story. I was asked to make a report about a famous Aids-temple 120km north of Bangkok called „Wat Phrabat Nampu“.

    Personally it was a very difficult experience, to see and write about all thoose things there, and for sure, my life will never be the same before after seeing that.

    But I must warn you, its nothing for tender-hearted people. The story by itself is already 12 pages long and there are more then 100 pictures on my Homepage from the Aids-victims from this temple.

    Here are the links:

    http://www.wolfgangsteiner.com/blog-...blogid-66.html

    http://www.wolfgangsteiner.com/blog-...blogid-67.html

    Please fell free to ask any questions.

    Best regards

    Wolfgang Steiner
    i love to watch humanitarian photojournal...ur photo essay has been identical to what i read..full of compassion..full of story in life...and inspiring.

    how do u landed in taking such project? guess u benefited a lot from there in many humane context?
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    Black Camp F100,D90, AFD 35mm f2.0, Voigtlander Cosina 58mm Nokton Classic F1.4.

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    Heart-wrenching...

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    thanks very much for sharing such footage.
    its discovery-channel quality.

    it's very heart wrenching to watch, and i do admire your courage of depressing the shutter.
    I, for one, will not have the mental strength to take pics like that.

    God bless them all.

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    Upping a very moving thread.

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    Steiner Photography
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    Hi,

    thank you very much for your words.

    Let me remind you for the last time that tomorrow is the "World-AIDS-day"!

    If anyone wants to organize an exhibition with my pictures please contact me. Together we can move something.

    Best regards from vienna

    Wolfgang Steiner
    steiner.photography@gmail.com

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    Just read though the 2 pages.. very moving story indeed..
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    wolfgang..

    thank you for this write up...

    the pictures, the words...

    thanks man.. for doing it..
    "For God loved the world so much that He gave His one and only Son" He Love all of us...

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