Saturday 26 March 2011

Today I meet VILDE, INGA and IDA. They are teenage girls who were around in the city centre together with other people who are involved in a campaign by AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL, and they were out promoting the event in Stavanger.
I had an appointment today, and could not take part, but as always, I was carrying a camera and had the opportunity to take a photo.
And I promissed to put out this link:
The campaign has to do with a situation in Nairobi, where poor people are forced to move out of their homes!
I hope these 3 young girls will keep their enthusiasm, and work, put effort and time in to this and other important cases that they will see in the years to come.


Chattahoochee Valley Daily said...

Beautiful girls working for a worthy cause. I hope they retain their enthusiasm.

Thanks for stopping by Chattahoochee Valley Daily Photo. I hope you will stop by again some time.

Lois Evensen said...

Hi Gunn,

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Ja, jeg snakker litt Norsk. (...enough to be friendly, but not enough to discuss physics....) ;)

My husband was born in Tønsberg; our home is in the USA.

I enjoy your images and your blog. I believe I found it through Abe's blog.


Birdman said...

Yes, think positive.

VP said...

I always wonder how lucky and happy must be those who can worry about people in faraway places...

Shannon said...

How great to see kids that age already caring about and working toward a cause. Great smiles on all of them.

Leif Hagen said...

Such beautiful, global thinking Norwegians girls!

Leeds daily photo said...

Pretty girls and thoughtful too. Yep, always carry a camera.