Innocent Smile

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Innocent Smile
285. Innocent Smile
Photo By: DreamSky
Date:22th October 2008

When we see someone smiling from inside that makes us smile too. It also light-up our hearts and spread happiness like ripples in a pond.It reminds me of the saying β€œThe child is father of the man.”

He was not asked to smile. It was a gift for me when I requested a picture of him.

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Innocent Smile was last modified: April 8th, 2009 by Administrator

Blog Comments

  1. naresh

    It’s really cool shot.
    But pursuaded me to think about their present and future. Do they have sufficient food ,proper education and health service??? questions to be asked to goverment. This stuff makes me remember my past!.

    well done friend!!.
    Keep on going.

  2. DreamSky

    Thank you all and my special thanks to ‘Innocent smile’. I feel sorry that I didn’t even ask his name but I still remember how happy they were looking at their own photographs in the camera LCD. I can guess they were very proud to see their photographs.

    Shutterbug – this was taken in Katunje village near Kalikasthan, Rasuwa.

  3. mior

    look at the sky ..
    The relation between DReAmSkY and the sky (infinite) can be found in this shot ..

    Great shot DReAmSkY keep on clicking ..

  4. Shutterbug

    More prominent I think in this picture is ‘mixture of moods’ rather than just one innocent smile. Eyes of a girl standing behind the boy seem haunting. Situation of available light and camera flash light played dramatic role to evoke different emotions within viewer’s mind. Dark areas within the frame symbolize mystery and unknown aspects of these children. So, I think this picture speaks lot volumes of ‘HUMAN’ mystery and their characters.

    I don’t know what DreamSky has in mind when he shot this picture. It’s a spontaneous picture and we do it all the time. Shoot first think later. I like the picture and it would be great if pictures here in LIN do specify the location where they were taken.

  5. DreamSky

    Thank you ‘Yestai Ho’ and ‘Awsiv’ for your regular comments :)

    ‘A Village Boy’ n ‘phate ko bhoto’ your moving response means a million words to me too. Reminded me of my childhood in my village.

    ‘i want you to guide me’, if u read all the description above there is a message tellin how to submit your photographs.. hoping to see your pictures from pokhara soon.

  6. i want you to guide me.

    yati dami picture cha hai ……….
    any way where is this place.
    ani what type of site is this , can anyone of you please describes me ?
    can i post my pictures tooo………..coz i am really interested in photography and i have photographs of pokhara which i had recently taken

  7. phate ko bhoto

    yaad aayo tyo phateko bhoto
    ani tyo nango khutta
    tyo bhoko pet
    tyo jumra pareko kapal
    tyo mahilo gardhan
    tyo jadya babu
    tyo rat din kam garne aama
    tyo phataha sahu

    ani tee ramaila sathiharu
    ghamaila dandaharu
    harila rukhharu
    rasila aanp ra ambaharu

    tar yeti kher eklai bhaye chhu
    yee ganayne sahar ma
    paisa ko lov ma
    maya ko jal ma

  8. A Village Boy

    I am currently a city man having spent my childhood in a remote village in Nepal. I remember lining up for a shot from a strange camera. I wish I could get access to my childhood photos captured by those strange people. But at that moment I felt proud that someone from city was kind enough to capture me in his/her camera. This photo gave me those beutiful moments back again. Thank you from the core of my heart. You are very thoughtful person. This picture speaks millions words for me.

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