She was so small, she was too young, selling postcards to the tourist visiting the famous Angkor Wat. Yet she looked happy, in her own way. Or at least I wanted to believe so...
RESPECT CHILDREN'S RIGHTS! NO TO CHILD LABOUR
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totoamoto (2519) 2010-08-29 13:11
Photo si belle; mais si triste également..
Ilducabianco (940) 2010-08-30 0:01
Photo very touching, great sense of perspective and depth given by the succession of the doors.The human figure in the background gives a sense of detachment and indifference that says a lot.
P.S.: better a job like this than sexual exploitation of which many children in those parts of the world are victims.
barrufeto_77 (28884) 2010-09-10 5:43
Unfortunatelly, these things still happen in the 21th century. A pity. A really pity.
Anyway, excellent picture. The face of the girl is impressive!
kinginexile (2598) 2010-09-11 13:10
God, how the kids are incredibly beautiful there, and often so poor.
Her gaze lightens up the frame, and frankly, I am sure for a minute you forgot all that surrounded her.
Kirini (143) 2011-02-07 11:23
Wow, I'm really surprised that this amazing photo wasn't commented by more people, I think it is a masterpiece!!!!!! Really, I love everything about it. Well done, I hope you'll be able to travel more and more in the future, and to capture the essence of your travels in excellent pictures like this one!