Photo by Chris Sang-hwan Jung of Neo Photo Studio.
Check them out on facebook Neo and his website www.chrisjungphotography.com
Chris is a freelance photographer and has a photo studio at Damansara perdana, near to Curve shopping mall in KL, Malaysia.
What a beautiful iconic picture.
The only thing missing is the RayBan logo on the glasses.
From the style of the sun glasses, I think the glasses are Armani replicas.
By the way, the Areca nut has a long history in Indian culture. Th tradition is even older than the Vedic time. You may not believe this, but eating paan with this nut is considered one of the sixteen embellishments of a beautiful woman.
I love pictures like these; just looking at it brings a smile to your face.
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Wordless Wednesday – when I am too lazy to write and spellczeck anyting.
A bit in-congruent, but that doesn’t make anything inherently bad!
Kind of odd, isn’t it? That’s why it is in Wordless Wednesday section