Sweet Shyness

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© Clint Cline
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Photo Info
UploadedFebruary 6, 2011
TakenFebruary 1, 2009
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D90
Exposure1/400 sec at f/5
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length75 mm

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The winsome smile of a Maasai child in the Kedong Valley.

In the My Maasai friends photo essay.

7 responses

  • Donald Garrett

    Donald Garrett gave props (5 Feb 2011):

    Great portrait!~

  • Julie Stiefel

    Julie Stiefel gave props (5 Feb 2011):

    Oooooo...so sweet! What a beautiful child - and portrait!

  • Roy M. Gunnels

    Roy M. Gunnels gave props (6 Feb 2011):

    Beautiful child, beautiful candid portrait!!Matt

  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham gave props (6 Feb 2011):

    This is such a beautiful portrait!

  • Clint Cline

    Clint Cline said (6 Feb 2011):

    Thank you, all. Sadly, she's showing signs of malnutrition. The drought throughout the region last year affected the Maasai ability to maintain their cattle and goat herds, driving the men farther and farther from the village to find water and grasslands. Fortunately the rains have returned now. We were able to help her village with some emergency food rations, corn, flower, and oil primarily. If any of you have interest or know of someone who might, you can partner with either The Father's Table Foundation (I'm on their board) http://www.thefatherstablefoundation.org/maasai-literacy-project/ or Africa Inland Missions (http://www.aimint.org/usa/feed) where they use just $30 to feed 600 school children a day.

  • Ævar B. Jak.

    Ævar B. Jak. gave props (12 Feb 2011):

    Great portrait!!!

  • Clint Cline

    Clint Cline said (13 Feb 2011):

    Thank you, Evar. Given your experience, I'm very flattered by your compliment.

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