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30 Photos Of Children Playing Around The World
No matter their cultural background, no matter their economic situation, kids will always find imaginative ways to have fun. Their wild imaginations and magical childhood moments, when captured on camera by talented photographers, can make for truly wonderful photos. These 33 images we collected will prove that childhood can be wonderful no matter where you go.
Many in the Western world fear that technology is making today’s children lose touch with nature and with their own creativity, and while there are arguments to be made for the intellectual stimulation that apps and programs for children can bring, there’s also something to be said for simply playing with a stick in the mud or chasing dandelion seeds though an open meadow.
For better or worse, the children in these photos seem entirely content making their own fun. For us adults, it’s important not to let our world-weary and jaded experience stifle our childish hopefulness and imagination!
Image credits: Gede Lila Kantiana, I Gede Lila Kantiana, Ipoenk Graphic
Image credits: Elena Shumilova, Светлана Квашина
Image credits: Òscar Tardío
Image credits: Chan Kwok Hung
Image credits: Damon Lynch
Image credits: Mukund Images, Sudharsan Ravikumar, Sandee Pachetan
Image Credits: HT KëñShï
Image credits: Terry White
Image credits: Elika Hunt
Image credits: Sarawut Intarob
Image credits: tinosoriano.com, Muhammed Muheisen
Image credits: Enrique Castro-Mendivil
Image credits: Csilla Zelko
Image credits: Michael Potyomin
Image credits: Jake Olson
Image Credits: Mio Cade, Hendrik Priyanto, James Khoo, Rio Rinaldi Rachmatullah
Image credits: John Van Den Hende
Image credits: Elena Simona Craciun
Image credits: Elena Shumilova
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