Photo of the Day: Child of Bolivia

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We were in Copacabana, Bolivia during their Virgen de la Candelaria festival.  As I was taking pictures of the parade this little girl was so curious about my camera that she stepped right in front of it and I just continued snapping away.

Bolivia Children

A Curious Girl Gets in Front of the Camera While I Was Taking Pictures at Festival in Bolivia

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Co-founder of TwoBackpackers.com. Aracely has been traveling, writing and taking photos since 2021, when she departed on his first year long travel backpacking journey. When she isn't seeking new adventures, Aracely is usually building Excel models as a financial analyst professional. Visit my website

5 Responses to “Photo of the Day: Child of Bolivia”

  1. anca a says:

    This is a trully artistic picture that could stand in any photo gallery. The expression in the little girl’s face is extraordinary! She’s curious but in a very serious, deep way. You can see she had eaten something, she had a running nose and a bit of sadness in her eyes. And she’s beautiful.

    • Jason says:

      Thanks Anca. It was a beautiful opportunity. She was so curious about the camera, she just stepped right up in front of it and stared curiously.

  2. Brad F. says:

    Just wanted to say that this is a really excellent picture. My wife and I have done a little traveling in Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines and Thailand. We’re hoping to head to South American sometime in the near future.

  3. As much as I love Europe for its beautiful cities, mountains, islands, art and history, I’m at a point where I feel more attracted to Latin America and not just for travel. I just have that feeling that I would very much enjoy living there for some time.

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