Thursday, March 05, 2009

100 Strangers Project #10


Gabrielle is a 19-year-old student attending a local college in Mazatlan, Mexico. While I was reading in the Plaza on a warm and sunny day, she approached me and asked if she could practice her English by interviewing me. I gladly agreed to help her with her class assignment. When she was finished, I turned the tables and then interviewed her for my 100 strangers project. She is a refined and gentle young woman who is majoring in science.

13 comments:

Olivier said...

encore un beau portrait, elle semble toute timide.
another nice portrait, her seems very timid.

Olivier said...

encore un beau portrait, elle semble toute timide.
another nice portrait, her seems very timid.

अविनाश said...

good1
What is 100 strangers project??

Peter said...

She looks refined and gentle, as you say! Nice meeting you made!

Jilly said...

She's so lovely, Kate. Such beautiful eyes, nothing hidden, just the truth of this lovely person.

Jazzy said...

lovely portrait.
thanks for stopping by, i missed going around the world on theme day because i was moving house, i couldn't believe the amount of work went into moving our many (useless) possessions...

Pat and Abe said...

Very nice project you are on. I don't think I could do it as I am not allowed out much. And I would wait for a month of Sundays before anybody showed up here to take a picture of..

Abraham Lincoln
Brookville, Ohio

Billie said...

I'm really enjoying your photographs.

Nikon said...

Great photos,Kate. You're so lucky to be there!

Halcyon said...

She is also very pretty! I have done a few "stranger" portraits for the challenge. But I've found that when I ask people if I can take their picture, they look at me really weird. When I explain the project, I get an even weirder look!

RuneE said...

You do get some nice portraits!

PS Thank you for the nice comment!

marley said...

Nice portraits. I still haven't been brave enough to ask anyone if I can take their photo. I really wish I was! One day...

photowannabe said...

Wonderful portrait Kate. This seems like such a nice way to interact with people.