An Australian photographer made a powerful photograph of his four daughter in gratitude to the anonymous organ donors and their families
Daughter of Australian photographer Mat Warner, Indi, had liver transplant at the age of seven months. She was born with biliary atresia, a condition life-threatening in infants, in which the bile ducts inside or outside the liver do not have normal openings. For children with such disorders is necessary transplant to stay alive.
Indi now has four years and makes mess like any child her age.
Indi proudly wear the scar, and her father photographed dressed as a boxer as a symbol of her courage, and in gratitude to the donor and his family.