Faces of India – 289

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21 Responses

  1. Jasmin N says:

    They’re so adorable! & they look like they’re planning something haha πŸ˜€ Some tricks or something.

  2. Lovely pic πŸ™‚
    Happy Diwali, Greetings.

  3. Nice pic; well clicked

  4. Imaobong says:

    Aww,they are such cuties
    Life in India sure looks peaceful

  5. magiceye says:

    Sweet innocence!

  6. Yes, these could be the beautiful innocent faces you may encounter in most places in India

  7. Children are always curious…wherever they belong to…cute click πŸ™‚

  8. Children are a bliss! Happy Diwali greetings! πŸ™‚

  9. Ree love30 says:

    Look at that little cheeky face in the middle! So cute! Ree love30

  10. juliasan says:

    We are preparing for a 1-months India trip, starting in 2 weeks. I am looking forward so much to seeing all that you show here. πŸ™‚ Thanks.

  11. Their eyes reflect the naughtiness and zest for life so well. Perfectly timed picture

  12. They look really cute! πŸ™‚ I envy them their natural habitat a bit ʕ‒́α΄₯‒̀ʔっSuch a beautiful nature is there β™₯

  13. i’ve been following your faces of India project, It would be neat to put into a book or ebook. It’s nice to capture people from around India along your travels and gives you a glimpse into their lives.

  14. Jeevan says:

    Pretty kids and cute staring πŸ™‚

  15. Sonnie says:

    A look in their eyes reveals both innocence and curiosity. Ohh my, I missed being a kid

  16. Nice picture! Kids from India just like here in Austria: they are sweet and beautiful! I’m waiting for your next post from this series.
    xx

  17. Even I have been curious about people from West Bengal! This satisfies my curiosity though!

  18. Carola says:

    Great picture. I love the spontaneity of it. Just passing by and capturing this moment. Everyone can have their own story with that picture.

  19. nice shot….and the story behind this which leaves a lifetime impression in our memory

  20. Great shot, I love photo series and un-staged portraits. Keep up the good work.