4 years later
It's pretty common to follow up on a project and when that happens… well sometimes
things can get very confusing.
Going back to the same refugee camp to visit the same kids
4 years after the initial visit and presenting them with pictures you have taken of them had a serious impact on me, am not sure why I had a knot in my stomach the whole time, maybe the fact that these kids are still where I left them years ago or maybe that they grew older or maybe just looking at them as that childhood light in the eyes had diminished and the realities of this world had set in.