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Curious children in Xigar, Tibet 11th May 2007

6 Responses to “Curious children in Xigar, Tibet”

  1. 1
    Michael Rawluk:

    Great shot of innocence. I love it.

  2. 2
    April:

    Such a fantastic portrait!

  3. 3
    Josef Renklint:

    Beautiful. Love the vivid colors and the curious look of that young boy.

  4. 4
    mc:

    Fantastic composition. This photo is priceless. And so are these children\'s faces.

  5. 5
    Romke:

    I\'m sure you showed these boys this great picture and they\'re still talking about it…

  6. 6
    Dheerendra sachan:

    natural beautifullness on the childrens face.

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Curious children in Xigar, Tibet

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These children wear their standard blue schooluniform and were on their way back from class. First they started begging for candy and money, but then they started to get intrigued in this strange black thing I was holding. Natural curiosity was pushing taught habit away.

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