417. Nepali Child
Photo by: Monsieur Rico
Posted Date: 5th January 2010
Description: All the footpaths around the Annapurnas, you cross small villages and lodges, and of course Nepalese people coming up to you.
Camera: Canon EOS 350D Digital
Exposure: 0.006 sec (1/160)
Focal Length: 50 mm
ISO Speed: 100
16 thoughts on “Nepali Child”
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having full of expression.
with f/2.8 and the focus on the eyes is amazing. The eyes are well focused while the rest are soft.
Thats what the photography pundits tell to do and it is well implemented.
impressive catch with a WOW tone..
Picture that reflect the life of children around the Annapurnas. The 50 mm lens used by Monsieur Rico forces us to see and feel the hardship of children vividly. This is true, children do come after you asking for pen, toys, chocolate, even medicine if you happen to go trekking around Annapurna and other well know trekking route of Nepal.
really great capture. Wow..
nice shot …
look into the eyes …
and the expression trying to say something ..
beautiful portrait – a picture with thousand stories!
aaah, the expression.
Aaah, the eyes.
ah, the look.