An example of visual storytelling that I especially like is “Djibouti” by Marcus Bleasdale. It is a photographic story of children in Djibouti, a war-torn African country. It is a very powerful story because of the rawness of the images. Most humans relate to children, because at one point we all were one, or maybe still are to a certain extent. This series of 25 photographs shows the confusion and terror in the eyes of the children when they see things happening that I cannot even comprehend. The photographs accurately depict the emotions of the children, wondering why certain things are happening.