Photographer's Note

It was evening, I met them. A Bhutanese woman and her child in the courtyard of a monastery. She was on her way to home after a hectic routinised daily work. On my request she had agreed to give me permission to take a snap. The face of the child attracts me too much because it looks so much innocent and he/she had total faith to his/her responsible mother, who carries (by a cloth tied to her) him/her, and take care even in her working hours.
I took this shot at Phuntsholing, a boarder town of Bhutan and India You can reach there from North Bengal's Joygaun. Indians not have to carry passport or visa to reach Phuntsholing (but have national identity card).
IT IS A REPOST. I cropped some portion to reframed it and increased the sharpness and contrast a bit. Adjust the light by levels and adjust colours a bit also. Hope you'll like it.

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