What wonderful photos. They give one a good sense of the place! I don't think I'd like to live where there are so many monkeys though. I know how noisy, dirty and destructive they can be (having been in the veterinary field for 36 years.) Part of learning to co-habitate is to be tolerant. I should remember that ;)
Lovely capture of the people. They tell countless stories:)) And what a lucky gal to be there ! Thanks for sharing.
You always do such an excellent job whenever you cover a country. Great post.
Ahh I wish I could go! Someday I'm gonna have tons of money and spend it all on traveling.
Thanks for sharing!I'd like to walk on that sand,feel the sand and hear the music of the sea...
Amazing! The things you have seen.
You are so beautiful! I love the pictures from sri lanka, a culture that is truly magical.How blessed.much love
The older people in these photos look like they have lived very hard lives. Was that your impression?Love and appreciate your work.
Your photos always capture the spirit of the place. Even when people are posing for you, you can tell from their eyes that they're not compromising the beauty of their inner world for anything. I love the photo with the people bathing in the water, so at one with nature, so natural in their own skins... pure and uninhibited!Nevine
Beautiful faces, colors, lives. You capture things so truly. Thanks for sharing your travels.
this is such a wonderful series of photos. Lovely and rich.
You came till Srilanka.. Visit India too dear...Poetry in Stones Part TWO at My TravelogueMy Travelogue, Savoir-Faire
Hello! I'm glad we found each other's blogs. I know I will enjoy reading yours and looking at all your fabulous photos!
ahhhh... you are so lucky !!!~ laura
I love the clothing the women wear, especially the green dress that the young woman opening a candy bar has on. Also, Sri Lanka looks to be another excellent spot to visit. I understand it's a favorite travel location for Europeans.
Hi Turquoise! I usually don't take pictures of people where I travel, but yours are stunning!!Blogtrotter finished Turkey 2008 and is back to a gem in Iberia. Enjoy and have a great weekend!
Beautiful captures! I wish I'd be more brave when photographing people ;-)
I wish i had been blogging back when i visited Sri Lanka. This post, however, made me realize that i have no idea where our photos from that trip are.These photos of the locals are great.
Fantastic series of photos! :-)