Fashion should be fun and with my photography I love to create those fun moments.


Eva's trip to Dharamsala

Little girl whose family worked on a construction site

worker on construction site at monastery

Fast food and hotel outlet

Temple and mountains ( how awesome does that mountain range look as a backdrop )

View from my room at the Monastery guesthouse ( woauw, you were just a stone throw away form the temple )

In Eva's own words

Further to the message that I posted you, Ive attached some photos from my trip to India .They arent anything fancy, but they give you an idea about the mountains and the people and the neighbourhood.In the message I posted, I forgot to write that the Tibetan monastery was in Northern IndiaThe view from my room was quite incredible.The mountains are in the background.  There was no snow at the monastery.  They only get snow in the mountains. Ive also included a photo of some of the kids.  I miss the kids A LOT.  I hung out with the kids a fair bit and helped to teach them English.  I listened to them read each night.  I wish they lived around the corner because Id visit them all the time.  The little guy at the bottom of the photo popped up unexpectedly at the last second, so that was fun.  I was lucky to get these kids to pose for the photo as the dinner bell had just been sounded and they were itching to head off and get their tucker.  The photo was taken in their soon to be completed dormitory.  At the moment the kids sleep on the floor in other parts of the monastery.  It will be great for them to have beds and their own rooms. 
When we were walking home one day I just had to stop and take a photo of the Dutta fast food and hotel outlet.

Now when I was 5 or 6 years old my parents went to Dharamsala , and pretty much all over India, I'll have to get my mum tosend me some pics of our stay at Dharamsala sowe can compare pics from then and now, butin the meantime here's one of me ,I think it was in Delhi


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