July 21, 2010

Universal Body Language

Lovers in Kathmandu
Dubar Square, Kathmandu, 2010

When the picture is worth a 1000 words, none more are needed. This post plays along with many other creative folks this week's edition of Wordless Wednesday. Click on the link for the links.

14 comments:

Dena said...

I love this picture!

JM said...

This square is just fantastic, there's so much to see! Wonderful composition, Francisca!

tapirgal said...

You are so right about the body language. This is perfect! I love the background. Wow, what a photo!!!

About the blogs coming in "late" by e-mail, my experience is that they are delivered once per day, about the same time each day, no matter what time they are posted. This is a good thing for people like me who keep editing and re-posting!

tapirgal said...

P.S. The light on the roof makes a canopy over their heads. A theatre or film director could not have planned that better.

alicia said...

What a great photo. It is magazine worthy. Thanks for linkin up for WW!

Jacob said...

"Of course I'll still love you in the morning!" he says.

"Shhh, can't you see that photographer over there?"

Cool shot!

Hilda said...

This made me smile. Your title is so true.
And I have to say that the building behind them is just fabulous!

VP said...

Lovely image and wonderful background. I'd like to imagine some sweet word are exchanged, but a part of me believe that Jacob may be right...

EG Wow said...

Yes, no words needed here. Wonderful photo!

Linnea W said...

Wow! Fabulous capture! I wonder what they're talking about. Thanks for stopping by!

Dianne said...

I love all of your photos. I see the world through your eyes. Wonderful take on the meme Park on Thursday, and thanks for visiting mine, that was my Wednesday night.

Louis la Vache said...

Absolutely superb capture. Some things truly are universal...

shirley said...

Thank you for pointing me to this picture! I love it! I wonder what they are talking about. And such a beautiful background.

Fabien said...

Effectivement superbe, cette photo.
Merci pour le lien