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Saturday, December 15, 2007
The China Chronicles - The Children of Kashgar
I already posted my favorite photo of the girl in the doorway, and some of the older Uyghur people who have the most fascinating faces, but the children of Kashgar were just delightful. Completely shy and curious, Westerners are still not very common here, and they just wanted their photo taken or to smile and say "Herroh". These were just some of my favorites:

This next one has a smoky haze because it was next to the blacksmith shop.

This little guy was having a much deserved "time out".

Faces of complete mischief

In contrast to the sweetness of these girls outside a home in one of the neighborhoods where we had dinner one evening.

Next up: The Karakorum Highway and Lake Karukul.
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