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Little Nepali Boy 17th November 2007

11 Responses to “Little Nepali Boy”

  1. 1

    His eyes say that he has the depth of experience already in life!!
    I am honored that you visited my site.
    I would be honored to have you as a critic when ever you have time. Reading your about page – well, you a busy adventurer…hope you have many years left and the energy to do it.
    You do expose this planet well, and I enjoy traveling with you, and learning about our planet, getting smaller everyday…Fran

  2. 2

    That\'s magnificent. It\'s an iconic image. Absolutely timeless. Leaves me kind of speechless actually. Btw, thanks for coming by my blog. I answered you there but wasn\'t sure you\'d see it, but thanks for the permission. Much appreciated and I will take you up on that.

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    ferenc ecseki:

    well, by now I see you are the master of kid portraits … not sure if deliberate or accidental but the lips and chin of the person behind the kid are a great addition … and of course the reaching arm … once again BRAVO!!!! .. is that a santa clause print outfit?

  4. 4

    so beutiful brown eyes!

  5. 5
    Wolfgang Burzler:

    Great portrait, I love his eyes.

  6. 6

    Fantastic portrait. Lighting, color, composition and especially the child himself. He is precious!

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    Shazeen Samad:

    Fantastic portrait… and love the details :)

    Cheers and thanks for the visit :)

  8. 8

    Great portait! Really lovely!

  9. 9
    Travel destinations:

    i say this is a masterpiece! ;)

  10. 10

    great originality, his cheeks are a manifestation of the bitter cold that he has survived

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    Jean - OurExplorer Tour Guide:

    Nice. I think there\'s a kind of simplisity in the boy\'s expression. Encourages the viewer to ponder more.

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Little Nepali Boy

The story behind "Little Nepali Boy"

This little Nepali boy did not say much, but was interested in me and my camera. Soon after, they continued their play on the dusty trails (there are no streets here) of the Khumbu Valley, Nepal.

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