A shoemaker's travels around this world and within the Id.
Travel Photo Thursday Feb 3rd
Funny how the 'smile' is a universal language:)
I love the smiling faces on the children! What a bright and welcoming kindergarten for them! Great pics :)
Hi Jim.Love the children photos.Dont mind telling me,where is this ?
Jim,Another great post. The smiles on children's faces are something most countries leaders need to see. It's an international treasure more folks should learn to appreciate. Thank you for a photographic uplift !
They're absolutely gorgeous photos Jim. Good job with the painting. Be you can't wait to get the gear over to them! :)
Love these photos, Jim. Especially the one at the top. Look at those beautiful smiles! Makes me smile.
Thanks everyone. Yes the top [photo of the kid wearing my hat just has to be a favourite photo, as it captures his cheeky smile, while all the other kids have really interesting expressions also.Sorry Norazam, I have now edited in that the country is Namibia.
They are adorable!!! Thank you for making me smile :) Have you met any Boesmans Jim?
They look so happy!! Nothing like seeing little kiddies smiling, will brighten anyone's day. Thanks for sharing a smile with us Jim!
I shared this on my wall Jim to cute not to share!
Yes Nelieta, I make shoes for a San or Bushman boy at Naankuse.One of the last in the world to have got polio.http://holesinmysoles.blogspot.com/2010/05/kannas-big-smile.html
Hello, I had to visit you on Red Nomad Oz's glowing recommendation. She hit the mark in that you have an interesting blog. You could teach me a lot with your travels as I had to look up Namibia. You must have said "cheese" or something good to eat to get those big smiles. Peaceful looking countryManzanitaWanna buy a duck
Wonderful shots, Jim, and a great project.Thanks for participating in Travel Photo Thursday. I always love to see your latest photo!
Enjoyable to see yours and the others that get put up too Nancie. It's a good exercise to be able to post up an interesting photo from our travels without having to blog too much about them, because each photo tells so much.
Oh wow, these are memory triggering photos and make me long to go back. I loved Namibia - the people are so awesome there. Great photos...
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