My heart cries out for animals - but the reality of the hardship that millions of people go through really also pulls at my heartstrings so much so that I litterally do cry for them. What a lovely but seemingly lonely picture.
I had been to this place few years back with my wife, son and daughter.
It was an once in a life time experience.
Such places are on bot sides of your journey just few miles away near THIMPU AND PARO, the main cities.
I long to revisit.
wonderful.... a child enjoying the journey and the safety in the arms of a lady, may be child's mother.
My grand daughter wants to know if it's little red riding hood!! It's great ti know that there are no bad wolves waiting for them. A beautiful serene picture. Wish I were there!
It is forbidden for Buddhist monks to cut a branch from a live tree.They are trying to live in harmony with nature and donot believe that and every thing has being created by some unseen agency for the benifit of Man!
Nice capture of the subject, exposure. I think i know this place. And nicely explained of Gross National happiness themes. I am in favour of environmental issues.
loved this green calm road with the mother and her child in their journey i am sure when he is older he will remember those walks.i wonder what she is saying or singing to him :)
Beautiful composition and colors, what a fantastic image!
As a high school student with a passion for photography there are no better examples than these!
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@PEET TOOM Crazy!
@Hao Liu you can check out some ways to enter this Himalayan Kingdom at bhutanrebirth.com... like the poet Robert Frost says....miles to go before I sleep and miles to go before I sleep...
@Bhupesh Prajapati heyyyyyyyyyyy
@Wangchuk Rabten Sir how are doing there. I haven't seen you for years now. Surprisingly i see your comments here. I am also a member in NG. My link is here: http://yourshot.nationalgeographic.com/profile/341083/
Wishing you the best there. Take care and don't miss too much. Have a nice day
@Samantha Seng If you wish to have a glance of some of the photographs from Bhutan here is the link at NG: http://yourshot.nationalgeographic.com/profile/341083/
Have a nice day
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