Kids at a drying yard of a coffee plantation near Bekodu, a village near Belur and Hassan in Karnataka.
The 2nd one carries innocent sadness on his face, nice shot.
looks like they want something….but these kids are surely photo generic 🙂
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very nice of you to photograph and post these coffee children. They could sure use a better quality of living.
You’ve captured amazing expressions on their faces. Well done!
this photo really captures the imagination…you can really feel the expressions in their face…the title has also been very apt…Nice work!
They expressions pierces through the picture, I hope with all my heart they do well in future.
Very nice pics…both look curious in a different way. The boy sitting looks sad…
Good photo. Their eyes tell their helpless stories and I feel even more helpless in not being able to help them directly.
Face reading?Very innocent both of them.
nice photo. However I can’t or don’t want to see the connection between kids and coffee.
Lovely Shot, one seems startled and the other bored.
i still remember my walks in a village named kandali..i remember Srikishna alanahalli(?) and his stories..Kannada stories..feel nostalgic..
What expressions! I wonder what was their thought process.
very open expressions….did you show them their images….kids always clamour for that??
ps -in florida right now…will not be back till july end…so these days catching up on all the posts …. 🙂
Love the innocence in their eyes…nice..
Jeevan – Thanks..he was very silent, munching something unlike the other kid who was jumping around
Vishesh – 🙂 They were quite in their own world..the girl was a ringleader playing with a bunch of kids while this boy was sitting quietly..they did pose for me
Pooja -Thanks ..will visit the site
Mitr – Thanks.. they were lost in their own world while their mothers were busy picking coffee
Celine – Thanks..I did feel the kids had great expressive faces that could be captured.glad my pic did justice to them
Kalyan, Ajeya, Anu, Maduraiveeran -Thanks..Its amazing how each of you read different expressions seeing their faces..thats the power of interpretation :)I think they were curious and a bit shocked…not helpless I think as they were very happy and monkeying around and creating quite a lot of din in the fields..until I took the picture when they became hush
Gopal – 🙂
Javits – Welcome to backpacker..and you are right..exactly what I thought
Man in painting- would love to know more when you have the time..thanks
Indrani , Sujata – Thanks..yes, children are very expressive ..thought they were a bit curious
Ropi – The connection is very simple..they were shot in a coffee estate and their parents were working in the fields 🙂
BTR – Thanks..have a good trip..yes, I did and the girl was grinning ear to ear after that ..guy was munching his nuts
Reeta, Pallavi – Thanks 🙂
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