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Photohunt - HANDS

I wasn't going to participate in today's PhotoHunt because I really couldn't think of anything I thought was interesting.
Then I started looking at everyone else's creative takes on the theme, and realized I did have one very interesting shot.
Here is a closeup of a woman showing her newly decorated hand to her family.


Comments (10)

Hi Deborah, I'm glad you decided to share this one, it's a wonderful shot. I love the expression on that little girl's face. Hope you're having a great weekend!


It is a very, very unique picture... do all the symbols tell a story?

My hands are here.

Love the designs on the hand. They look like they could be permanent tattoos but I am guessing they are temporary. Also love the little girl's expression.

Deborah responds: Yes temporary henna. Beautiful, isn't it?

I am glad you decided to participate. I love this photo,it is a great take on the theme.I love henna designs.

Beautiful henna tattoo! I have a henna tattoo in my "hands" post too!

Deborah responds: How cool is that? Great minds!

That's a great photo Deborah. Unfortunately, I didn't participate today-had too much going on.

is that henna?
cool.. :)

have a great week ahead :)

Lovely picture, Deborah. I had someone in Fes do a henna tattoo on my hand but it didn’t last too long. By the next day it was all washed-off. The designs are pretty cool.




Glad you decided to post one for the Hands theme. That henna painted hand looks marvelous! So intricate. I wonder how long it took to do that fabulous design.

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