this is how innocent animals are. they trust, feel love and pain, have families.

face of joy :)

one thing i miss most about Africa. the children who always stole my heart with their smiles~ you inspire me. I really wish I could bring you all home and be my babies!

No matter how the world seemed to crumble around us; we found a way to crumble misery and laugh. #waketheworldblackbird

Children in the Himalayas © Volker Abels - I really love this photo. I'm drawn to the happiness of the children and also the colors. The shallow depth of field also gives it a nice touch by focusing only on the kids.

Sherpas were the ethnic people who worked and lived on Mount Everest. They helped the climbers and worked for them too. Some who were very experienced climbers would lead expeditions up the mountains.

A bright smile from a young Nepalese child. Who would not smile back?

Dance Hawaiian... so sweet.

Keiki hula dancers from Halau Hula O Hokulani dancing at the Kapiolani park. Little cuties carrying on the art and culture of Hula.

A girl from Burma/Myanmar, by Candida Fedeli

facesoftheearth: “ Myanmar, Burma Human rights in Burma are a long-standing concern for the international community and human rights organisations. There is consensus that the military regime in Burma is one of the world’s most repressive and abusive.

hula girl , keiki peeking

Flower girl, Hawaiian style, at least this child looks like she lives in Hawaii. Hapa kids all over the island. Nothing like a child to spread joy and laughter.

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