Econ Picture Project

By: Tyler Lough

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The first picture is from Pearland, Texas. The second picture is from Shingkhey, Bhutan.

The reason I chose both of these pictures is because they both show that people in different places all have different things. In the first picture, there is a family of four. They have many things, including chairs, a couch, lamps, musical instruments, beds, and many, many other things. They really have a lot of stuff. In the second picture, there seems to be a family of ten or eleven. Maybe even more than that! They appear to have a decent shelter. They have cows, crops, farming supplies, and clothes and rugs. They also have little gold colored bowls that are sitting in front of them. The biggest difference between the two families is that there is an obvious difference between which family has the most stuff. The family in the first photo have a lot if stuff, but the family in the second photo don't have as much as the other one does. The biggest similarity between the two families is that both of them seem to have a somewhat decent living. They have shelter, food, and other things.
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