Here are some pictures of children around the world, from the Christian Science Monitor’s Photos of the Day – Tuesday.

If you took a picture of a child, or children,  you saw today, or recently, what would it look like?

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1) Kid in a cup (bucket actually).

 

Sanjev Kumar bathes in a water bucket provided by UNHCR in Pakistan army flood relief camp in Sukkur, Pakistan, on Monday.

2) A young girl whose body is growing up much faster than she is.

 

Fourteen-year-old Elisany Silva (c.), who is 6’9″ tall poses for a picture with her sisters Talicia (r.) and Eliza in Braganca in the Brazilian Amazon state of Para on Sunday. Elisany, one of the world’s tallest teens, who was forced to quit school because she became too big to ride the bus, now dreams of becoming a famous fashion model.

3) A young boy on the road to spiritual growth.

A young Tibetan monk waits to have a glimpse of the spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama (not shown), during “First Tibetan National General Meeting 2010” at a Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Bylakuppe, India, on Tuesday. The Dalai Lama is on a four-day visit to the town, popularly known as “Mini Tibet.”

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