(photo: Fidel Amos)


(Taken while on assignment with a group of Mission: Restore surgeons in Dehradun, India last year)

This woman was moments away from being anesthetized and operated on (to remove massive burn-scarring around her neck and chest). The anesthesia she would receive would be local, meaning she’d be numb in the areas that would be cut, but she would remain conscious. She didn’t speak a word of english but listened intently to every word said between the nurses and surgeons. She knew what was about to happen but showed no signs of nervousness or fear…no emotion whatsoever.

– F


Filed under Globetrotting, On Assignment, The Story Behind The Shot

3 responses to ““Fearless.”

  1. You can find courage and beauty everywhere in the world, if you know how to look for it. Go, Fidel!

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