Make others happy, practice compassion-Lynn E. Harvey

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© Saroj Swain
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UploadedMarch 3, 2013
TakenNovember 6, 2012
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D90
Exposure1/125 sec at f/5.6
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length42 mm
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This shot was taken in a tribal village of Deogarah district, Odisha, India, where people are simple by heart. We used to go there very frequently to provide skilled knowledge on Ornamental fish farming for their practice and in result they earn some money for their livelihood.
I find a group of children playing in the nature. By seeing their smile, I stopped there and talked to them and took this photograph.I hope you all like this shot.

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  • Lynn E. Harvey

    Lynn E. Harvey gave props (3 Mar 2013):

    Thank you so much Saroj...a most heartwarming thought and perfect image.

  • Maggie Posh

    Maggie Posh (Deleted) said (3 Mar 2013):

    Such a wonderful photo, and i enjoyed the story, I Always say that India is a photographers Paradise, I spent one month in Sri Lanka many years ago, My eyes were well and truly opened by the wonderful people that lived there, they worked hard for very little Money, but you know what,They were always smiling and had a good word to say, I learnt from that, You dont have to be rich to be Happy, & always be grateful for what you do have, because some one, some where has Nothing !

  • Saroj Swain

    Saroj Swain gave props (3 Mar 2013):

    Thank you Dear Maggie for your comment on this shot. I fully appreciate you.


    ROCIO GUILLEN gave props (3 Mar 2013):

    Your portraits are always beautiful! Great work you are doing Saroj!

  • Robert Sand

    Robert Sand said (3 Mar 2013):

    The children of India are miracles of hope.

  • Sonia Adam Murray

    Sonia Adam Murray gave props (3 Mar 2013):

    Delightful, a great capture, very heartwarming!

  • Nadeem Shafi

    Nadeem Shafi gave props (5 Mar 2013):

    Happiness is so reflexive in children - something adults can stand to be reminded of.

  • Miss Erika

    Miss Erika gave props (15 Mar 2013):

    Fantastic! I miss Indian children.So grown up and naive at the same time! they always have a smile for everyone and they are so open to strangers!

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