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Smiley Saturdays - 17 (Story of Two Smiles and a Frown: Zanskari!)


Story of Two Smiles and A Frown,
Tale of the Richest Candy Lady of Town!


Ladakh region provides an opportunity to appreciate the faces! One would just fall in love with them and the super innocent expressions they carry. My Zanskar trip proved to be an extravagant chance to capture few of those expressive moments, especially Smiles.
These smiles we captured near Rangdum. We were distributing candies to the kids, when one of those kids asked us to give a few to a cute girl. She exchanged a mystically innocent smile when I handed over a few candies. Reason? She got her share moments ago from my friend on the other side of taxi, and what I gave made her richer than the guys there! She was so cute, that I couldn't resist offering her a few more :) 

Following are the smiles (and a frown) telling the story...



Mr Advocate (for the pretty Lady)'s Smile
Richest Lady of the Kid-clan
Mr Advocate after realising the Lady got hell more than any guy ;)
Shot these Smiles using my Nikon D5000 18-55mm, at f8 1/4000.
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  1. Thank you again @twitter-17988935:disqus Sir! It's always encouraging to have you on my blog :)

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