The thing i like about photographing children is that in 15 minutes you can get such a range of emotions. Fear, disinterest, amusement, curiosity. It is so much better than photographing adults who only want to look sexy.
And maybe someone can tell me why don't Nepali adults smile in photographs? Everyone is smiling and happy and you pull out a camera and everything goes ridged and serious? It isn't like i am imposing on people who don't want their photo taken. Older Nepalis will call out to me in the street like a bunch on excited school children "one photo, one photo" then they pose with a scowl. When i say smile they look at me like i'm a crazy person. I am beginning to think every photo i have ever seen from the developing world may just be full of locals refusing to smile rather than truly unhappy people.