Of the mercy to live another day...

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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-do-show-blogid-66.html

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

http://www.wolfgangsteiner.com/blog-do-show-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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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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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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