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Need no TV Game

224. No Need Of TV Game
Photo By: Monbetsu Hokkaido
Posted Date: 27th June 2008

Playing outdoors instead of being glued to TV Games, VideoGames or ComputerGames. This is probably the healthy approach and quality time spent. This interesting moment was being captured while strolling along the outskirts of Pokhara.

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0 thoughts on “Need no TV Game

  1. Congratulations!!!!

    As you have said “the picture you take shows what kind of person you are.”….. I am starting to analyse that πŸ™‚

  2. Congratulation! Monbetsu Hokkaido.
    After scrutinizing all those wonderful pictures in your Flickr, I even started to appreciate the way you’ve created a wise niche in photography. It’s very interesting to know how you try to interlink your HEART with those pictures that you’ve clicked in various places. Your distinctive style and perception is pretty commendable. Every picture holds some emotions and a serious photographer like you know how to accentuate them in pictures for viewers to feel them by heart.

    Thank you for being such a good FRIEND of Nepal.

  3. Action interestingly freezed at the right moment. This is a good example how using fast shutter enable photographer to freeze action creatively. Low angle helped photographer to exaggerate action of a boy beautifully.

    I can smell that Monbetsu Hokkaido knows his stuff. Well done!

    Indeed, we should encourage children to explore real world out in the open sky rather than letting them get confined within ‘TV’ (idiot box). Today’s children don’t have more friends, and socially they are getting isolated. Parents should minimize of these negative impacts of TV habit and should guide their children properly.

  4. look at the eyes of kid. it’s so concentrated.. the posture of kid reminded me of cat . πŸ˜‰

  5. πŸ™‚ nice catch indeed, and the title!

    (reminds me of my lil brother somewhat addicted to tv and pc games. Ya, this could be the healthy approach and quality time spent)

    and btw, he seems to be another ‘Kamal Napali’ from pokhara πŸ˜†

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