Slice of life! Very cool. But what a difficult way to make a living!
At least he is making the effort to earn ome money not like a whole lot who prefer to beg on the streets.
The guy seems to be carrying a lot of stuff! What a harsh life!God bless you!Cezar
Remarkable shot! Love the colours and the composition..greatly!B
And thank you so much for your kind comments!Always great to hear from you.I am now following your super awesome blog, and it would be nice if you could share the love back on my blog.Have a great time,B
I think you have to go to Sicily - it's not that far for you! And - I want to see the photos when you get back!
his rig looks simple but effective. i hope he does well~laura
Your pictures are three dimensional and I love the subtle feeling that you and your camera lens conveys. Your pictures have an incredible beautiful and sacred soul. Yes yes yes, you are one of the best... and I can only give you my compliments. I wonder if you have walked the Inca trail in Peru (I have ...), otherwise it is a recommendation from me.By the way, thanks for your birthday greeting to my darling Gustaf on my blog. If you want to check out Bleek, the band which my son Gustaf plays bass in.... so.... here is the link & you can listen to two songs from their album! I love their music and they are soo talented, a bit retro a'la English 60 century pop.http://www.myspace.com/bleeksweLAVAgneta
good shot!! regards
Haha... talk about carrying everything AND the kitchen sink! See this all the time... Great shot, JM.
Oi, he must have a strong shoulder and good balance.Thanks for your ideas about the movies, JM.
WOW. That's an amazing set-up. Burma must be an interesting place to visit.
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