A giggle and a click

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  1. Such a darling picture, Parul. I could keep coming back to it and it would make me smile each time!

  2. Chandra Lynn says:

    I love this pic! The kid is adorable with his cheeky little smile. Great capture. (I love Canon, by the way).

  3. I loved the picture! Such a happy one.

  4. G Angela says:

    OMG what a cute smile:) loved this pic !!
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  5. From the nonchalant concrete bricks emerged the most lively giggle! Thats life! Loved the lil boy in the picture… his innocence speaks thousand words!
    – Anagha From Team MocktailMommies

  6. Alana says:

    A beautiful capture. It speaks so much to the good parts of life, the parts that are so easy to overlook.

  7. Soumya says:

    This is such a happy capture 🙂
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  8. Nupur says:

    Parul the pictures says it all ! it reminded me of a scene in the movie 3 Idiots.

  9. Anshul says:

    I clicked a similar photo in Ladakh. These kids have really cute smiles.

  10. Aww! loved that infectious smile…So cute! This picture is indeed speaking thousand words with a beautiful smile that got captured in that memory

  11. Aww! loved that infectious smile…So cute! This picture is indeed speaking thousand words without a beautiful smile that got captured in that memory

  12. Meha says:

    Lovely! Looks like a picture postcard. He is exuberance personified.

  13. Nidhi GS says:

    lovely smile dear…..

  14. Apeksha Rao says:

    What a smile! Glad you had your camera handy. 😊

  15. Rashmi says:

    A picture is worth a thousand words, and this one just made my day! Such a lovely moment captured. Beautiful!

  16. Anchal says:

    Some pictures literally portray emotions 🙂 What a happy one !

  17. Suzy says:

    Loved the picture Parul. Truly captured a moment of happiness. And with a Canon you can’t go wrong.
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  18. Lata Sunil says:

    such a cute picture. I must learn from you to take picture with humans as subjects. It is difficult for me. I never get the emotions right.

  19. Awww He is such a darling. Cutie pie. Look at those crinkling eyes and rosy cheeks. I feel like pulling them. 🙂

    About the camera bit, I am still learning how to use my SLR.

  20. Obsessivemom says:

    I’m not good with the technicalities of photography but I do love the feel of his one.
    Then I went back and read your dad’s letter all over again. Loved the emotion and the love there. You are a survivor in every sense of the word.
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  21. Ramya says:

    That smile is lovely. All the best for october problogger challenge. Looking forward to read your posts

  22. Sulekha says:

    Parul, hugs to you. Loved your papa’s letter. The picture you’ve clicked is perfect
    To me as I don’t know the technical aspects of photography. The professionals will give you pointers on the same. You are a sensitive artist and it reflects in yiur writing and pictures. Big hug…

  23. Such a gorgeous photo! I don’t know technically if it’s okay {not a photographer} but it’s beautiful and full of innocence and joy.
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  24. Divyakshi says:

    I needed this smile today. Just needed it. Thank you so much for this happy picture. Like I always say Parul, it is always the person behind the camera not the camera 🙂
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  25. Wish you a very happy bday Parul…. Wish you loads of love and happiness for ever more and may your camera travel with you far and wide and help you capture memories of every moment and step!!!
    I am a canon user too and love my DSLR – the only advice I will five here is that maybe I would have attempted a portrait shot rather than the landscape as that would have a) made the eye travel upwards (thats the intent here) and b) captured the entire window without cutting it. Als, then the window would have been the frame to frame my subject and would have brought him in closer focus – right now the walls on either sides of the window take away the focus. Try cropping the pic to remove the extra bits of the sides and see the difference – I would love to hear how it went…
    The cheeky smile and its emotion has been captured really well Parul!

  26. Vinitha says:

    What a happy picture this is, Parul. Such a lovely click. 🙂

  27. Vinay Leo R. says:

    No. Some pics just say a lot more than words might 🙂 This is one such.
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