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Ellin Pollachek  The Human Conditon
Everybody, everybody everywhere, has his own movie going, his own scenario, and everybody is acting his movie out like mad, only most people don't know that is what they're trapped by, their little script. - Tom Wolfe
A friend of mine, whose religious observance allowed her to feel superior to me, asked me: "I have four children. What have you accomplished?" My answer was simple. "I chose not to commit suicide." We all have our challenges. Compassion is important.
Aerial view of Rajasthani female workers returning home from work in Udaipur.
© Ellin Pollachek Indian Environmental Photography
Thikse Monastery in Ladakh.
© Ellin Pollachek India Photography
Man prods his Oxen in northern Nepal.
© Ellin Pollachek Nepal Photography
Men dovening at Western Wall in Jerusalem.
© Ellin Pollachek Israel Photography
Seamster in Varanasi.
© Ellin Pollachek India Portrait Photography
Jewish men praying at Wailing Wall, Jerusalem.
© Ellin Pollachek Israeli Photography
Contemplation on the Dal Lake. Srinigar, Kashmir. India.
© Ellin Pollachek India Environmental Photography
The Artist. Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York.
© Ellin Pollachek Manhattan Photography
A Monk in Leh, Ladakh.
© Ellin Pollachek India Portrait Photography
Man resting in front of "Moses with Tablets of Law" in NY Public Library.
© Ellin Pollachek Manhattan Portrait Photography
A Skeleton in Stone.
© Ellin Pollachek The Photography of Remains
Skeleton Head.
© Ellin Pollachek The Photography of Remains
Black Only 1967. Taken during the Newark riots.
© Ellin Pollachek Riot Photography
The Drowning Man. Colgate Lake, Jewett, New York.
© Ellin Pollachek New York State Photography
Drunk being walked away by policeman. NYC. 1964.
© Ellin Pollachek. Sixties Photography