There are still remote places in China where white people are rarely seen and can still cause quite a reaction from the locals. One of my travel companions was blonde (considered very strange and alien in China) and she was almost certain to draw a shriek from children in each village we set foot in along our journey into the heart of Honghe’s isolated regions. It did not help that she spoke fluent Mandarin, which caused the children to believe that she must be some sort of extra-terrestrial creature of the dangerous sort.
I loved the fact that such innocence still existed and that we were able to meet it first hand before the whole world turns into a cultural mixed soup.
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Another beautiful, brilliant capture, Mimo. 🙂
Brilliant capture Mimo.. absolutely brilliant
another stunning image, Mimo.
The eyes really speak the wonder.
What an expression of wonder! The light in her eyes is gorgeous, Mimo.
awsome astonishment: This little girl is an extra-terrestrial. Must have lasted quite a while to capture this picture…
What a fantastic shot of an angelic sweetheart. Mimo, I like your comment >>”…it first hand before the whole world turns into a cultural mixed soup.” 🙂
Gosh, she is adorable! You really know how to capture people!
ah oui…le regard exprime bien l’étonnement, l’inquiétude !!!