Little Nepali Boy 17th November 2007

11 Responses to “Little Nepali Boy”

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    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

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    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!

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    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!

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    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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