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I See You!
11/02/2010 07:19:43 PM
I See You!
by Frakster

Comment by oldbimmercoupe:
reds a little hot. super capture. 9
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I See You!
11/02/2010 12:59:41 PM
I See You!
by Frakster

Comment by tanguera:
Hard to tell if he's smiling or crying. Or both.
I See You!
11/02/2010 09:44:25 AM
I See You!
by Frakster

Comment by sidpixel:
What a lovely candid shot, great expression
I See You!
11/01/2010 04:56:03 PM
I See You!
by Frakster

Comment by Aarthek:
made me smile, thanks.
I See You!
11/01/2010 09:32:51 AM
I See You!
by Frakster

Comment by gwilton111:
First I've commented on so far. Love this shot, the eyes and capture invoke emotions and a back story to me as the viewer...
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Micro-Enterprises in Developing Countries...Is it all that it is cashed up to be?
09/08/2010 01:56:12 PM
Micro-Enterprises in Developing Countries...Is it all that it is cashed up to be?
by Frakster

Comment by Frakster:
Originally posted by Dave Gordon:

Asking payment for photographs is fairly common in developing countries. I can't speak for Africa, but throughout Latin America and even in parts of the United States, people whose way of life makes them popular subjects for photographers ask for a small donation in return for having their pictures taken. I think they assume - in most cases correctly - that western tourists are far more well off than they are, and they should expect some compensation from those who wish to take their pictures.
That said, it's a great picture, brilliant colors and a good sense of the surroundings.


Yes that is quite right and for the comment that it would have been better from the front, I totally agree and believe me I tried lol but they all wanted some money or wanted to pose or just said no. My plan is to print it out and give it to her. They make about 2-3 dollars per day here so yes I would say most tourists do have more money than they do. But thanks you so much for all your comments, wish I could have gotten a bit more, but thanks!
Micro-Enterprises in Developing Countries...Is it all that it is cashed up to be?
09/08/2010 01:17:04 PM
Micro-Enterprises in Developing Countries...Is it all that it is cashed up to be?
by Frakster

Comment by Dave Gordon:
Asking payment for photographs is fairly common in developing countries. I can't speak for Africa, but throughout Latin America and even in parts of the United States, people whose way of life makes them popular subjects for photographers ask for a small donation in return for having their pictures taken. I think they assume - in most cases correctly - that western tourists are far more well off than they are, and they should expect some compensation from those who wish to take their pictures.
That said, it's a great picture, brilliant colors and a good sense of the surroundings.
Micro-Enterprises in Developing Countries...Is it all that it is cashed up to be?
09/04/2010 10:54:39 PM
Micro-Enterprises in Developing Countries...Is it all that it is cashed up to be?
by Frakster

Comment by Skip:
more interesting than most, but would have had more impact had you shot her from the front.
Micro-Enterprises in Developing Countries...Is it all that it is cashed up to be?
09/04/2010 03:45:43 PM
Micro-Enterprises in Developing Countries...Is it all that it is cashed up to be?
09/03/2010 01:19:59 PM
Micro-Enterprises in Developing Countries...Is it all that it is cashed up to be?
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