One year ago — The stolen pictures
When I see this post I wanted to cry 😦 How I wish I am able to find back my pictures which was stolen at the Chile airport a year ago in March 2012 on the way back home after my Chile shoot. It has been a year now! If anyone out there found any of these images being published please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.alexsohphotography.com or facebook me at http://www.facebook.com/alexsohphotography. Appreciate if you guys could keep a look out and pass the word around.
These pictures means a lot to me and this post has just bring back the memory of my lost.
___________________________March 18, 2012______________________________
It’s really sad that after my 15 days of shoot in Chile my laptop was stolen at the check-in counter at the Chile airport coming home.
These pictures are taken from Valparaso, Santiago, Calama North and Patagonia South of Chile.
These are some rare pictures that I shot. The eagle taking off, Vicuña standing on the mountain, the beautiful grafitty found in the city of Valparaso from the characters of people to the coincidence poster on the wall that reflect the people sitting around they are hard to come by and I am going to miss them. It would be a waste if it is not published and exhibited. I only have these low resolution JEPG which I have port over into my iPhone to show you.
To the thief out there, remember not to steal a photographer’s work, because there are too many pictures that could eventually become an evidence if you happen to post them somewhere and if you trash it away, you must be a fool to delete some of these treasures found in the eyes of many. And if you return them back to me whatever happen is not important anymore and you will be rewarded!
In my laptop, the desktop image is my website address http://www.alexsohphotography.com
and my email email@example.com
my mailing address:
5 Pereira Road #07-01, Asiawide Industrial Building Singapore 368025
Hope someday these images will return home to me. Do pray with me.
Alex Soh 18 March 2012