One with nature but not society

Having moved to Australia a few years ago, Jagath already knew who he would like to photograph. “Even long before I came to Australia, I was reading about the aboriginal people and knew about their plight. I first came across John Pilger’s writings in the Guardian in the ’90s when I was living in Europe. I was immediately hooked,” says this photographer, adding that while in Sri Lanka he did a series on the Veddhas.
Iraj promotes Lion Nation

Watching someone put on their contact lens was never this fascinating. Though she was born without arms, Jessica Cox lives a remarkably normal ‘right footed’ life. She balances contact lenses on her toes before slipping them on, she feeds and clothes herself unaided; and even puts on her own makeup. But these are the least of Jessica’s triumphs.

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