Shot in the city of Pyay, Myanmar.
The girl wearing a cap and a horizontal-striped shirt was working at a food stall by the roadside. She was helping her mother. Like other people in Pyay, Thanaka was painted on her face. Yet it was almost removed. I could see the remnants on her face. It was said that Thanaka was used as not only a sunscreen but also maquillage. So it might be better to freshen up.
At any rate, she seemed to have nothing to do because it was not a trencher time.
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October 20, 2010
CANON EOS 1V
EF85MM F1.2L II USM