As you all know, my photography has been growing and building over the past few months. I have had to put aside insecurities to step out into obedience. I am stepping out once again as I’ve entered one of my India photos into the Dollar Fifty A Day photo contest by Jeremy Cowart. As 1.4 billion people in the world live on less than $1.50 a day, Jeremy asks what means to live below the extreme poverty line. My interpretation was pretty easy as my mind traveled back to the brothel where girls earn an average of $1.50 a day. Such a meager earning only to be paid toward an insurmountable debt. If that’s not living below the line then I don’t know what it is.
I would love if you would take a moment to visit my photo on the Dollar Fifty A Day site and “like” it on Facebook. The top 10 photos will be curated by Jeremy at a special exhibition in New York and the top 3 “liked” photos go into the running to be featured on a TV art spot on Ovation. You can also take the challenge to live on $1.50 a day for a week. What a beautiful way to try and put ourselves in other’s shoes!
If you would like to help tell your friends to “like” my photo, there’s a share button under the like button. Thank you!