Thursday, January 16, 2014

SAD! Photos Of How People Left Their Homes & Fled During War In Syria

Italian photographer, Matteo Rovella who was in Aleppo, Syria in June, last year captured homes people left, as they fled for their lives during the civil war. While many photographers concentrated on the faces of Syria's brutal conflicts, Rovella was busy taking pictures of abandon homes. He says it’s something like still life photography, but you can see inside the homes tensions and fear, the moments of violence, how you were obligated to leave your things, your home, your life and go away, maybe to not come back.


In the pictures you will see a child's toy, clothes, furniture, family photographs. It’s so sad. More images after the cut.








33 comments:

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    1. Boardadmin you are so dumb, you feel like experiencing war? War is nothing to feel like experiencing, it is a terrible thing. Think before you speak

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    2. Dis pics scare d shit out of me cos with d way dis evil politicians r goin abt d race t 2015...hmm may we not see war in dis country.

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    3. you are a kid boardadmin, how old are you? grow up pls. and if you want to experience war get a passport and visa to pakistan or better still cross the border to somalia and mali.a more closer place where you can experience mini war is plateau and maiduguri,happy adventure.

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  2. A sight of war is never a good sight

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  3. This is so sad

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  4. This brought tears to my eyes. Such beautiful homeS

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  5. I cant imagine this. Lord please dont let Nigeria get to thsi

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    1. Amen to that.

      @boardadmin there is power in the tongue. Becareful what you wish for.

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  6. That is why we urgently need this National Conference. Apart from restructuring Nigeria, it helps reduce tension.

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  7. War is not good at all. Many in Africa that don't have a home

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  8. Woooow so sad!!if na naija agbero for done enter pack plates and beds,naija for life

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  9. W-A-R HOW SAAAAAAAAD!!!!! YET SOME PEOPLE ARE PRAYING FOR WAR HERE IN NIGERIA!!! MAY GOD BRING PEACE TO ALL THE TROUBLED REGIONS IN THE WORLD. CAN U IMAGINE PEOPLE WHO LIVED IN THESE HOUSES NOW LIVING IN REFUGEE CAMPS???

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  10. i can feel the pain, trepidation and fear of leaving your comfort zone in these pictures. Pray Nigeria never comes to this

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  12. God pls help our country

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  13. God help em ALL

    www.hillscaleb.blogspot.com

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  14. My Lord..may we not experience such in Nigeria..how can one just abandon his home to maybe never come back?

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  15. Serious disaster, may this not happen in nigeria

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  16. It doesnt look real

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  17. War is not a good thing, this must be what happen in nigeria in the biafra war

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  18. So so sad. It's obvious that the people that used to live in those homes were comfortable people. I wonder where they are now and how uncomfortable they are right now. Lord, may we not experience this type of war in this country in Jesus name, Amen. Continue to give us the grace to manage and overcome the war called corruption that we are familiar with.

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  19. na so nigeria go turn to - if we no do something to make this politicians change

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