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he had the main stories migration has been for the past decade or so , phone rings anytime of the day or night and you just got to get up but it's worth it because , the pictures , to help , these people you know these migrants , just a few months ago i took part in the rescue mission enough horatian onboard the ship the phoenix , on one particular day there was a cycle of a hundred and six , they face certain death and you know the weather ship which was sent out there , to , and and we did and i took part in that miss commission , and it meant the world to me and it was my birthday i mean what better way , helping safety , because life's , another thing which keeps me going is slow migrants themselves who come up to me and they tell me , thank you for taking our pictures , your pictures have helped , make , our life's better , people like homogeneous san , the pictures of him , when he was rescued , you know captured people's hearts you and walter and they was , and they really went off of their way to help him and to , to provide him with schooling down with an apartment and it all came about because they saw my picture of