Saturday, January 1, 2011

I am not supposed to Dream....


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November 11, 2010
Beed Pinarpura, Rajasthan


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This is also an entry for the Eye Candy Blog Fest organised by the awesome Vicki Rocho of Rambles and Ramdomness.

14 comments:

Vicki Rocho said...

What a poignant picture. Such sad yet hopeful little eyes.

Thanks for joining the blogfest! Hope you are enjoying the entries as much as I am!

Susan Kaye Quinn said...

I love the picture and the sentiment! Happy New Year! :)

Mary Vaughn said...

I see a young Rayna in the making -- always full of hope!

Jamie Burch said...

Very beautiful! :)

Elaine AM Smith said...

I love the picture you posted. Dreams are the power-source that help us make it through reality.
Happy New Year.

gideon 86 said...

very emotional pic. It's speaks a thousand words.

May hers and your dreams come true in 2011.

Michae

Danette said...

This picture just makes me kind of sad... beautiful nonetheless.

February Grace said...

Wow. I don't even know what to say- she's so beautiful.

Thank you, and wishing you a happy and healthy 2011!

~bru

Francine Howarth said...

Hi,

Absolutely - dreams can come true if we wish hard enough!

best
F

Summer Ross said...

This picture drags emotions from me, thanks for posting.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I remember that photo on your other blog...

The Golden Eagle said...

That's a beautiful picture--there's so much behind it.

Rayna M. Iyer said...

@ Vicki - thank you. Her eyes draw you in, don't they?

@ Susan - thank you.

@ Mary - oh thank you. What a great comment to start the year with.

@ Jamie - thank you.

@ Elaine - thank you. Yes, that is one of my favourite portrait photographs.

@ gideon 86 - thank you. And yes, pictures do speak more than words ever can.

Rayna M. Iyer said...

@ Danette - sad is the feeling it inspires in me. So much hope, but so little to pin the hope on.

@ February - thank you. And yes, the picture does say it all.

@ Francine- they should, shouldn't they?

@ Summer - thank you. The picture takes something away and leaves something behind everytiem I see it, and I took the picture.

@ Alex - yes, it was there too. Hard to forget her face.

@ The Golden Eagle - thank you.