July 16, 2008
The Fijian Heart
Fijians are a joy to shoot, particularly the children and because the islands are so diverse, everyone learns and speaks flawless English. While religious beliefs are also diverse, the attitude follows the same core. This culture gets gratitude in a way the west seems to be losing.
They constantly think of others needs before their own and they smile often. So, if you're not in a good mood when you wake up in the morning, their contagious smiles and energy ensures that you don't remain that way for long.
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Great shots Renee -- It's always refreshing to see optimism in the faces of such young children. Thanks for taking the time to post these.
Posted by: Tim Shisler | Jul 16, 2008 3:50:37 PM
The Fijian people are amazing. They have gratitude before they even wake up in the morning. It's a treasure to spend time with them.
Posted by: Renee Blodgett | Jul 16, 2008 5:44:49 PM