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05 January 2011



Buw-tee-full indeed

off to see more of YOUR buw-tee


JanePoet ~ Deborah

Stunning photography!! You just keep getting better :)


Happy New Year to you my wonderful friend. These are stunning images, I am proud and jealous!


Be-yew-te-ful is an understatement. Simply splendid.


Tara you have a magical way about you to collect the photographs you need without making your subject matter feel like just that.
I remember how respectful you were at the Red Sea, when we approached the Bedouin woman, and she gladly posed for you. You have a way of charming people, I must learn how you do this!

The photo of the Kumari's attendant is mesmerizing, there is an enchantment about the photograph that is hard to pinpoint. Maybe her smile?

Miss you would love chats this week. Or early next?


how beautiful she is.
breathtaking photography.


This is stunning dear Tara. How wonderful you got to meet her.


This image and post have been up opened on my computer since I first opened it yesterday morning. I keep coming back to it. I don't know what is true about our souls, but that child's eyes are an argument for reincarnation, if not as a deva, then certainly with retained wisdom.


I think that I am in love! What is it about beauty that moves our souls?


Nepal is with Tibet, one of the country I really feel drawn to. Scratch this, India would be first in that group, now that I think of it. The Kumari's eyes seem to look right through you. Stunning!


Beautiful photographs! How do you get the opportunity to meet and photograph such interesting people?

Marilyn Miller

She is beautiful! I will go explore your other pictures and curious to read about the Kumari. I have not heard of her. Now I wonder how you had the opportunity to meet her?

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