Sunday, 23 December 2007

Flower seller



A flower seller on the street of Hanoi.

12 comments:

ft. lauderdale daily photo said...

Incredible shot--the flowers, her expression, the bike. Wonderful.

Felicia said...

I agree with Ft Lauderdale DP - superb photo! She is as gorgeous as her flowers.

Strangetastes said...

Beautiful composition and street scene. She seems to have wings of color.

Olivier said...

Je te souhaite un JOYEUX NOEL et te propose de venir chanter Noel sur mon DP BLOG D'EVRY. Bonnes Fêtes.


I wish you all a MERRY CHRISTMAS and invites you to come sing on my DP Noel D'EVRY BLOG. Happy Holidays.

pusa said...

beautiful lady and photograph!
wishing you and your family the love, blessings, and warmest cheers of the holidays. mErRy ChRiStMaS!!!

pusa
i heart manila

Wendy said...

Do you think the somber look on this lady's face is in hopes that the photographer will move out of the way? It's an awesome shot, and a neat scene. I've never seen a flower "peddler" like this one. ;)

J.C. said...

Merry Christmas to all! May peace transcends to all! There are many interesting scenes on the streets of Hanoi for photographers. But one must be quick to capture the people and actions. Sometimes I would get nasty glance from the people for taking their photos. And sometimes rewarded by a warm smile and a wave of hand as a gesture of thanks.

Web-OJ said...

Gosh! A lotus among the flowers

Kalinka said...

A Super and Great photo:
a flower seller on the street of Hanoi.VERY NICE.

kunal bhatia said...

I've never seen so many flowers on a single bicycle before. Even in India, cycles are often overloaded, but alas never with flowers. Well captured.
- Kunal
Mindless Mumbai

Carraol said...

Beautiful moment, so colorful and peaceful. Greetings from Mexico City and wish you a Happy New Year!

Kate said...

This is a fantastic photo. It's an expressive portrait and a lovely view into a culture.

"Use your first smile, your first form of generosity, of love, of kindness—use it at home; start at home. And if there is something left over—if … your plate is just full of abundance of patience and goodness and smiles and joy, then by all means, you should go … and offer that to others. But we must begin at home." by Dr Robin Smith