This depressing image is publicized by The New York Times on March 26,1993, taken by a photographer Kevin Carter in Southern Sudan. It became an iconic photo of Vulture preying upon a Sudanese child, stalking her or waiting for the chance to attack. The parent of the toddler is busy taking food and medical supplies from the same UN(United Nations) plane Kevin Carter took.
According to Carter he waited about twenty minutes, hoping that the vulture would spread its wings. maybe for a reason of more dramatic image, but it didn't. He snapped the haunting photograph and chased the vulture away.
Carter came under criticism for not helping that helpless child. Journalist were oriented not to touch the famine victims because off the risk of transmitting disease. He could do nothing but to chase away the bird.
These are other disturbing photos by Kevin
Carter, these images tells more than a story,
tells more than the reality, this photos tells us to
do something. This happens not only in Africa,
but around the world, and probably near you.
You just unnoticed the situation or ignore such
things. You may be disgusted for what you see,
but this is the reality Carter wants the public to
SEPTEMBER 13, 1960-JULY 27, 1994