Tales of a 40something discovering her creative side while living in the Maghreb
Back-breaking work so I can be wrinkle free. Amazing colors and shadows, too.
What a fantastic capture! And my back is aching just looking at her -- not sure my wrinkles are worth her labor, but I am appreciative! Welcome to My World and the weekly fun! I look forward to seeing more of your photos! Hope you have a great week!Sylvia
it's a beautiful photo, love the textures and colors.
a great photo, but back breaking work all for our vanity.
Back breaking indeed. Alas, it is too late for me to be wrinkle free!
Interesting and great shot!
A well composed and informative picture - great colours too. She deserves to be well paid (which I doubt she is).
Like rice-field workers, this is a back-bending way to earn a living. I'm not deluded enough to buy those cream pots of promises. Fine DOF in your shot.
Beautiful photo. It reminds me of a photo I took of a similar aged woman collecting salt on the shore of a lake in Kenya. Thank you for visiting my blog. Your blog is delightful!
Back breaking work but so is planting rice and at least she is able to earn her living.
Great shot of what looks like incredibly hard work. I've never seen anybody collecting kelp.
i love this meme, thanks for making me aware of it and reminding me of the reality of our "stuff". xo m.
really great picture!
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