Pictures shot here and there, in India and elsewhere, now or later...
By a former French expatriate who lived in Delhi for almost 4 years...
She had that Mona Lisa smile! Pretty gal!
Shoot and click !Quel beau portrait Arnaud ! Le regard de cette jeune femme est captivant ! J'ai du mal à m'en détacher tant ce regard représente force, pudeur, bonté...! Le léger sourire de cette femme est envoûtant !... ça y est ! je suis sous le charme ! Quel est son prénom s'il est diffusable ?... Très beau portait qui fait un moins papparazi ! ! !'se rattrappe le garçon !...Merci de nous le livrer là, sur ton blog !Ciao Arnaud ! A plus...;')
She is so beautiful!
What an incredibly beautiful young lady... hard to say how old she might be ? Ageless ? Does she speak English ? French ? Her regard is almost (dangerously) hypnotic, if one could just stare into her infinite eyes until the photo comes to life, so she could answer our questions and share her secrets... did you speak with her ? Or just with her friends ? Oh my, I think you had better not divulge her name or city, or half the western world might be on their way to India tomorrow looking for her... what peace, what serenity, what depth one senses there.I wonder what the truth is ? Is she literate, privileged, well educated, culturally rich ? Or from a poor background with little school ???
@Jeff34 : Tu veux pas son adresse non plus ? ;-)@Owen : She spoke good english but was very shy, except when I was behind my camera (with 50mm). ;-)Her group of friends seems to be composed of well educated boys and girls, all very well dressed. In India, it seems people like being very well dressed when going to visit a monument. Nam, can you confirm (or not) my feelings.That's a huge difference with France ! And it's really a pleasure to visit such beautiful monuments surrounded by lovely dressed people !
...because they do know they'll meet with foreigners who will be shooting them ;-) The reason why you go to heritage places, right? :-)see youLoulou
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