Saturday, January 1, 2011

I am not supposed to Dream....

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November 11, 2010
Beed Pinarpura, Rajasthan

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


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.


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!


Francine Howarth said...


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


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.