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Antonio Arlindo

Antonio is 16 years old and wants to be a pilot so that he can travel to the U.S. and other far away places. Antonio lost both of his parents in 2004, and he now lives with his grandmother, aunt and cousins. Reencontro is his only source of support. Antonio liked participating in The House Is Small because it taught him how to use a camera. He hopes that others see a life of joy in his photos.


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Antonio: You've done a good job of sharing a view of your world with the rest of us on this earth. Thank you!/ejs
elise atearthlinkdotnet
Memphis TN
Posted Thursday, August 09, 2007 11:26AM

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photos by this person (click to view larger):

Chikelene Market
Antonio Arlindo

Tomatoes, water, rice, and carrots
Antonio Arlindo

At the open market
Antonio Arlindo

It's free to look
Antonio Arlindo

At the open market
Antonio Arlindo

Red
Antonio Arlindo

Young girl
Antonio Arlindo

Inside
Antonio Arlindo

New Dog
Antonio Arlindo

Sewing machines
Antonio Arlindo

Work
Antonio Arlindo

photos of this person (click to view larger):

Friends
Joaquim

Feeling good after lunch
Eugene Ahn

At home
Mónica

Untitled
Russell Baer

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