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In this photo taken Sept. 7, 2011, Rodrigo Telon Yucute, a former guerrilla fighter during the civil war in the 1980's in his home country of Guatemala who lost his left forearm and his eyesight was destroyed after a land mine exploded beneath him, prepares to take a photograph of a a couple leaning back on a park bench in Mexico City Sept. 7, 2011. He is one of 30 visually impaired or blind people learning photography with the help of the Mexico City foundation Ojos Que Sienten, or Eyes That Feel. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

'Ojos Que Sienten'

30 visually impaired or blind people are learning photography with the help of the Mexico City foundation Ojos Que Sienten, or Eyes That Feel.