If you think money can buy Giggle like these, think again. No black leather school shoes, no bags for books, still brimful of giggle.
While waiting for some ‘paparazzi shots’ of illegal sand digging in the Bagmati river near Kupondol bridge, I saw these bunch of school children returning home and as I pointed my camera toward them, they threw me these pleasing gales of giggle instantly.
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ever lasting smile
Such a beautiful smile,
I wonder if this ‘Panchakanya’ will see this photograph someday. I wish they will.
p.s. everyone holding each others’ hands…….. any director behind the cam?