Junior shooting enthusiasts from the US state of Louisiana pose with their firearms as part of a series of images by Belgian photographer An-Sofie Kesteleyn, titled My Little Rifle. Kesteleyn was inspired to travel to the US south last year to photograph American children with their guns after reading about the accidental killing of a two-year-old Kentucky girl by her five-year-old brother, who shot her with a .22-calibre “Crickett” rifle marketed at children. Junior shooting enthusiasts from the US state of Louisiana pose with their firearms as part of a series of images by Belgian photographer An-Sofie Kesteleyn, titled My Little Rifle. Kesteleyn was inspired to travel to the US south last year to photograph American children with their guns after reading about the accidental killing of a two-year-old Kentucky girl by her five-year-old brother, who shot her with a .22-calibre “Crickett” rifle marketed at children.
Junior shooting enthusiasts from the US state of Louisiana pose with their firearms as part of a series of images by Belgian photographer An-Sofie Kesteleyn, titled My Little Rifle. Kesteleyn was inspired to travel to the US south last year to photograph American children with their guns after reading about the accidental killing of a two-year-old Kentucky girl by her five-year-old brother, who shot her with a .22-calibre “Crickett” rifle marketed at children.

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Junior shooting enthusiasts from the US state of Louisiana pose with their firearms as part of a series of images by Belgian photographer An-Sofie Kesteleyn, titled My Little Rifle. Kesteleyn was inspired to travel to the US south last year to photograph American children with their guns after reading about the accidental killing of a two-year-old Kentucky girl by her five-year-old brother, who shot her with a .22-calibre “Crickett” rifle marketed at children. Junior shooting enthusiasts from the US state of Louisiana pose with their firearms as part of a series of images by Belgian photographer An-Sofie Kesteleyn, titled My Little Rifle. Kesteleyn was inspired to travel to the US south last year to photograph American children with their guns after reading about the accidental killing of a two-year-old Kentucky girl by her five-year-old brother, who shot her with a .22-calibre “Crickett” rifle marketed at children.
Junior shooting enthusiasts from the US state of Louisiana pose with their firearms as part of a series of images by Belgian photographer An-Sofie Kesteleyn, titled My Little Rifle. Kesteleyn was inspired to travel to the US south last year to photograph American children with their guns after reading about the accidental killing of a two-year-old Kentucky girl by her five-year-old brother, who shot her with a .22-calibre “Crickett” rifle marketed at children.
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