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Happy kids in Tibet 4th March 2007

2 Responses to “Happy kids in Tibet”

  1. 1
    tinkje:

    En terecht ! Dat je gewonnen hebt. Zeker met dit soort foto\'s en verhalen. Je brengt de mooiste dingen van de wereld gewoon bij de mensen thuis. Gefeliciteerd en ga vooral zo door. :-) (even niet in het engels , want dit is een spontane reactie)

  2. 2
    sima:

    wonderful photo!!! :] it gives you a smile even if you are not ready to do it :]] they look so happy!!! oh!! :]

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Happy kids in Tibet

The story behind "Happy kids in Tibet"

We were actually on a sheep catching trip, to resupply the Everest expedition, when these kids came to us. Jumping and making the peace sign (and many variations on it :)

They showed amazing joy, while being stuck in this dusty place without cars full of toys & clean clothes, just each other to play with.

By the way, ExposedPlanet has won the first Travvie award for Best Photography on a Travel Blog. Thanks a million everybody who voted for ExposedPlanet on the Travvies!

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