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Steady Hand wrote:
Thanks for posting this...it was an interesting set to see....and I always enjoy seeing your work....and those of others who post photos from places I may never see.
Some sincere (just curious) questions:
Any idea how many public hospitals or hospices the SOC have in Kolkata?
And, your work in the WA exhibition sounds interesting...can you tell us more about the subject/theme or sponsor or whatever?
I was told Sisters of Charity have around 40 establishments in Kolkata of varying size including hospices, hospitals, leprocy care centres and schools.
I was working for the Templeton Foundation shooting a piece on the legacy of the Templeton Prize. Mother Teresa was the first recipient of the Templeton prize 40 years ago. The video will be showcased in a retrospective on Mother Teresa at Westminster Abbey. The prize was created by Sir John Templeton and is awarded annually. Last year I shot astrophysicist Lord Rees receiving the award from HRH Prince Philip at Buckingham Palace, this year the Dalai Lama received the award at St Paul's Cathedral.
Thanks for the answers!
About this assignment....
If the video ever gets "public" as on your own website or youtube, let us know (or me) as I would be interested in seeing it (or clips).
That sounds like a very nice assignment and such noteworthy subjects.
That only amplifies my congratulations for a worthy assignment and another "Well Done!"