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Photo: Geoff Pingree

Comments

  1. Zach
    May 29, 2009, 5:49 pm

    Love to find out the story behind that photo!

  2. Jeannette
    May 29, 2009, 9:17 pm

    Zach, you can find out more about this photo (it won the grand prize for our 2008 contest) by clicking here: http://traveler.nationalgeographic.com/world-in-focus/previous-winners-galleries?startgallery=2 Enjoy!

  3. C├ęsar
    May 31, 2009, 2:47 am

    Una foto increible, realmente la cara de alguno de los asistentes no necesita comentario.
    Muy bueno

  4. Jack
    July 15, 2009, 11:01 am

    I like this photo.

  5. humza
    December 16, 2009, 1:05 pm

    All the photo are best. I too like these.

  6. Adelgace
    January 19, 2013, 10:53 am

    buenos dias acabo de enterarme de tu blog y la verdad es que me parece estupendo no sabia de mas personas interesadas en estos temas, aqui tienes un nuevo lector que seguira visitandote constantemente.

  7. Cheryl Hancock
    Decatur, Al.
    February 9, 2013, 6:34 am

    This is a lovely photograph, and one that really takes you back to a time long ago. If the onlookers were not in the scene, one could find a vast amount of possible stories for this couple. Their clothing is somewhat enchanting and the young lady’s expression dreamy while the gentleman’s is attentive, as if hanging on so as to hear what she might say next. No matter what story you come up with, the scene is marvelously depicted and the possibilities endless. In reality though, it reminds me of the tourist attraction in the New England state where the people of the ship “Mayflower” and the early settler’s village where no one is ever out of character and the scene there also takes you back to see exactly how those beautiful characters truly lived. No doubt these onlookers were also star struck by the scene unfolding there before them. A g