Turkish photographer Ugur Gallen amazes the public with powerful social works that unite war and peace in one frame and show a terrible contrast between different parts of our planet.
All his works are collages of two shots opposing the cruel realities of war and peaceful cadres.
See how strong it looks:
One. Very powerful and as always very relevant
Two. What a stark contrast
Three. This is a photo proving how fair the world is! Where's his mother? She was killed in Syria in an air raid or by a bullet. Maybe she drowned in the sea. Why is that?
Four. Children under the age of 18 are half of the world’s 1.3 billion people facing multidimensional poverty.
Five. You hold happy, I hold sadness
Six. Make peace not war
Seven. A Rohingya refugee girl looks next to newly arrived refugees who fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar in Ukhiya on September 6, 2017.
Eight. Mohammed Mohiedin Anis, or Abu Omar, 70, smokes his pipe as he sits in his destroyed bedroom listening to music on his vinyl player, gramophone, in Aleppo.
Nine. A society must suffer so that another enjoy?
Ten. You may not be a refugee today. But you never know what tomorrow will bring.
Eleven. Loaded !
Twelve. Damn to Poverty Damn to War
Thirteen. A scene with two opposite realities
Fourteen. Different shades of gangs
Image Credit : instagram.com/ugurgallen