In my previous post, I mentioned the people of Iran were friendly. Most of them would oblige to have their picture taken or even gladly pose for the camera. The images here were random strangers except for the driver and tour guide.
Monks riding on horses. Visited an interesting cafe with many handicraft mostly elephants for display and sale. The workshop also has a cafe serving food. Cute little monks. Think the little one dozed off.
Pictures taken while visiting Chiang Mai. The models, including children, were hired to pose for us in their cultural dresses. As I worked through the photos, they seem to be telling a love story. Sibling love? Fatherly love? Enchanting love? You decide.
Going through the bazaars of Xinjiang, there were many photo opportunities. Such friendly people. Some would gladly pose for your camera.
From lamb herding to cotton picking, the people of Xinjiang diligent at work.
We were given the opportunity to photograph a long hair tribe ethnic people. The ladies cut their hair only once in their lifetime. Going around with long hair is inconvenient, so the hair will be twirled and twisted into a head dress. What surprised me where the ladies were in their 50’s and 60’s, yet…