Sweet Photo of the Day: “Two boys in 1962, making a trade.”

Via on Feb 1, 2014

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Fair exchange in Kenya

An African prince learns that in America, swinging clubs is a game – while Kevin Gorman from Rye, N.Y. picks up the finer points of a Masai warrior’s favorite sport.

Great moments in the lives of two boys – fleeting moments of human experience – are caught by the camera’s magic and brought to LIFE’s pages.

 

LIFE magazine had a reader base of 31,000,000 at the time. Life Magazine: April 13, 1962

 

Relephant bonus:

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One Response to “Sweet Photo of the Day: “Two boys in 1962, making a trade.””

  1. Joyce says:

    I love this. To me, it speaks of acceptance which is something this world could do with a lot more of.

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