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26 January 2011

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Chris

Oh, so great!! What a cutey!

When my friend Chad was in Istanbul, he said the people there would actually ask to be in the photos he was taking--and they wouldn't even see the pictures themselves! It was so cute!

thanks as always for your links, by the way. I'm the prototypical ugly american, and am fairly ignorant of what's going on in Nepal...

Isabel Augusto

They feel your heart with hope and possibility, indeed. Wonderful photos.

leonie

beautiful smiles

:)

Marilyn

Beautiful children and photographs. Thanks for once again educating us on world events. I too hope Nepal will soon resolve there problems.

Yoli

Gorgeous children, I worry about their future, especially the girls. I hope there is stability in the country soon. Thank you for sharing dear Tara. My love to you and your family.

RD

What absolutely gorgeous children! For their sake, I hope their government begins to function FOR them.

Anyes

I love how you captured the trust in this beautiful young girl's eyes. I hope for these children's that their country political members will find a peaceful resolution to their predicament.

Tracy

i whispered in the ear of my baby niece not to forget how much she is. these babies make me wonder why we ever forget.

Natalie

Such beautful children, joy always being my favorite of your photo topics. I've noticed that the Nepalese I have met around the world are always smiling. One can only hope they find some peace and stability for their country.

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