In the beginning they took pictures just for the fun of it. They would stare wide eyed at all they saw. They took starry eyed pictures. Later they began to question and probe. They changed in other ways too. When I first saw them,they had wanted to be garment workers. Rabeya had wanted to be a doctor. Rabeya now wants to be a photojournalist, as do many of the others. Ironically most of the kids are now at work, and have little time to take photographs, but some like Phalam, still one to carry on. "I work from eight in the morning till nine at night, including fridays, but I do have an hour's lunch break. I can get home in five minutes and be back in another five. If I finish my lunch in ten minutes, I can still take pictures for the other forty minutes."