By the children of Lura, Nepal….
On the last day of our community project, we spent the morning playing with the children at Manju Shree Primary School. They loved having their photos taken and were fascinated by my camera so I slung the camera around the first child’s neck, showed him how to push the button to take a photo and let him go. And then child after child after child.
These are the photos they took of their friends crowding around to have their photos taken. They’re better than mine! Enjoy the slideshow.
It started out as a Young Boys Only No Girls Allowed room.
Then it was a I Don’t Know Where To Put This Stuff In The House room.
Currently it is a I Don’t Want This Stuff How Do I Get Rid Of It room.
One day I hope it will be a Mother Only No Boys Allowed room.
Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge – Room
Spotted as we were getting off the train in Casablanca, Morocco.
“When alighting the train, do not forget your handbag, luggage and children.”
I’m not sure I want to think about what prompted that sign…
Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge – Split Second Story
Initiatic Well, Quinta da Regaleira, Sintra, Portugal
The Initiatic Well in the gardens of the Quinta da Regaleira (Sintra, Portugal) is actually a 27m subterranean tower. One enters from a tunnel deep in the earth and climbs the twisting stairs to heaven.
“This hallowed space, full of esoteric and alchemical associations, makes the relation between Heaven and Earth intensely felt.”
Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge – Twist