When Female Inmates Take Photos of Their Life in Prison

An interesting experiment took place in a Romanian prison for women. The inmates received a total of 6 Canon PowerShot cameras and were taught how to use them. During the first two months, 14.000 photos were taken!


When Female Inmates Take Photos of Their Life in Prison (65 pics)

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36 Responses

  1. iU says:

    No words to express or preview how and when humanity emerges. If an image tells more than 1000 words… those images speak with thousands of words… 1001 is infinite in some cultures.

    Thanks for your initiative. Goodness, wisdom and beauty wishes for you all.

  2. there is some really UGLY people in that country and most of them look like the enjoy “slashing up”.. spose thats a way to get what you want in there….

  3. Diana says:

    @spudz Mcchord
    Including U. They might be ugly outside, you are UGLY inside, Please! think outside your pathetic box.

  4. Juliet says:

    That statement regarding their looks is what’s ugly. Jesus does not discriminate because of how someone might look. Jesus was described as undesirable in terms of looks in the Bible. What a hurtful thing to say about any woman.

  5. Turkey says:

    This is a female prison? Please, this is dormitory living compared to real prison.

  6. Kim says:

    stunning photos

  7. lizzie says:

    @spudz Mcchord ugh you’re totally right. grossss @diana…are you an inmate too? i’m sure past their rough disgusting exteriors, beneath their criminal minds, they are totally beautiful people, on the inside. whatever you say! hah.

  8. Gumbyus Maximu says:

    Interestingly enough, the overwhelming majority, by far, are gypsies. Ugly ones at that. It reminds me of US prisons where you see a lot of blacks.

  9. Dan says:

    I agree with not judging a book by its cover but they are in a prison and they are there for a reason. I’m sure a few were minor crimes which hold different standards in different countries but like i said its a prison.

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