Photographer's Note

Taken on a Tica Bus on my way to Managua. These long rides in cramped quarters give me a chance to shoot a lot of photos of the people next to me. Since we had hours and hours together, they grow accustomed to me and my camera.

Something I found very interested that is just different in foreign countries that we I don't find here in the states. Parents push their children infront of your camera to be photographed. They feel it is a priviledge, and are proud to have their children be infront of the lens. Too bad, in other parts of North America, parents are so paranoid they hide their children behind them.

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Additional Photos by Mark Gong (markgong) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 138 W: 41 N: 325] (2840)
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