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Children playing in the water

By assendelft  
Children playing in the Roombeek, Enschede, the Netherlands.

Tags: Street photography Photo journalism Portraits and people

Voters: lesgoodey, photophantom, terry_cavner and 2 more


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4 Oct 2009 11:42PM
A nice shot of children at play, sadly the way things are in this country I would be afraid to even look never mind photograph children.
In the latest Amateur Photographer magazine a photographer was stopped merely because he was seen near a play area!

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photophantom 8 108 3 Philippines
5 Oct 2009 4:43AM
What a delightful and joyful image. Here in the Philippines, we never mind photographing children in public places. Filipinos are known hospitable. But I admit, most pedophiles are foreigners and in Western countries, based in criminal records.
Dennis
13 Dec 2009 10:18PM

Quote:A nice shot of children at play, sadly the way things are in this country I would be afraid to even look never mind photograph children.
In the latest Amateur Photographer magazine a photographer was stopped merely because he was seen near a play area!



Thanks for the compliment Les (?). In Holland they are a bit touchy on the subject too. I have just asked the girls to carry on and took the photo, but I wouldn't dare thanking them by eg. tapping them on the head. I know the feeling. fred
13 Dec 2009 10:19PM

Quote:What a delightful and joyful image. Here in the Philippines, we never mind photographing children in public places. Filipinos are known hospitable. But I admit, most pedophiles are foreigners and in Western countries, based in criminal records.
Dennis



You're right Dennis, unfortunately. Thanks for the compliment anyway.
fred

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