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Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Now, a very simple one. An even simpler photograph.

Antonio,

She explodes with openness and amity! What a super woman!

For sure she is a great nurturer of her family and treasured friend. But you are adept at Bri gong out the character of diverse individuals. Tell us about that smile. How did it happen?

BTW, the natural asymmetry keeps ones eyes moving and this has taught me something new.

Asher
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Hmm! Why did I get so flummoxed at my first look. I simply assumed my brain was too old to “get” the humor and as my children tell me from time to time, I was “out of touch”!

But of course it’s so simple and lighthearted text on the girls shirt. How could I have missed that!

You picked a fun subject and it’s a delightful spirit of youthful independence you have captured.

Without the shirt it would be perplexing!

What is falling, rain or grain?

Asher
 

Antonio Correia

Well-known member
About the first images, second commented: It is grain. Perhaps I should have got the basket she was holding to contextualize the action.
I am just erasing some photographs as I make too many of the same subject sometimes trying to get the best angle and composition. I have a couple more of her where the basket was seen.

This was shot in a village in Assam State of India, North Bangladesh where people has problems...
When we visited the area there was no problems in spite of having been stopped for control some two times, crossing from one State to another. W've also been to Nagaland.

The standing woman was in her house ready to receive the visitors. Above her kitchen as you will remember I have posted here somewhere. (does it still stands ? don't know)
She offered us a great cup of tea she made for us and which was delicious.
Another curiosity of this village was that it was matriarcal !
Luisa made a lot of fantastic shots of a woman smoking some kind of drug which she offered to us as a sight of good will.

The shot waas re-done now with up-dated software and monitor. It's better than before.
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
About the first images, second commented: It is grain. Perhaps I should have got the basket she was holding to contextualize the action.
I am just erasing some photographs as I make too many of the same subject sometimes trying to get the best angle and composition. I have a couple more of her where the basket was seen.

This was shot in a village in Assam State of India, North Bangladesh where people has problems...
When we visited the area there was no problems in spite of having been stopped for control some two times, crossing from one State to another. W've also been to Nagaland.

The standing woman was in her house ready to receive the visitors. Above her kitchen as you will remember I have posted here somewhere. (does it still stands ? don't know)
She offered us a great cup of tea she made for us and which was delicious.
Another curiosity of this village was that it was matriarcal !
Luisa made a lot of fantastic shots of a woman smoking some kind of drug which she offered to us as a sight of good will.


The shot waas re-done now with up-dated software and monitor. It's better than before.



The items, even the white ash from the fire are nowremarkably distinct.

Next time we have to smuggle ourselves along with you as our expert tour guides!

Asher
 

Antonio Correia

Well-known member
The items, even the white ash from the fire are nowremarkably distinct.
Next time we have to smuggle ourselves along with you as our expert tour guides!
Asher
Have you imagined the fun would be such a thing ?
Not me/us as guide(s), but some of us travelling together and taking pictures, somewhere in the Orient.
As you know we have been to India 7 times, to 7 different places. Marvellous things to see and admire.
Soon we will be heading to Burma for the second time !
Not that expensive...
 
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