14 Captivating Photos of Kids by Travellers

Community Highlights Photography 14 Captivating Photos of Kids by Travellers

1. Keeping the tradition. Photo taken in Japan by Ardy.

2. Kids in Mozambique church. Photo taken in Mozambique by jayms.

3. The picture was taken in the jungle of Northern Thailand. This kid had never seen a camera before. I started shooting and we all start laughing and fun was in his eyes all the time. Photo taken in North Thailand by danicors.

4. Storm. Photo taken in Sudan by tylax13.

5. Baby in the arms of her mother, at an HIV/AIDS-clinic in Arusha, Tanzania. Photo taken in Arusha by Makini.

6. Flying boy. Photo taken in Laos by jayms.

7. Kid swimming in Ganges River, India. Photo taken in India by jayms.

8. Our World. Photo taken in Nepal by sirishbc.

9. Little superstar. She likes light and to be photographed inside a busy museum. She wants to understand how the tornado is created as she awaits the formation at top of the simulation platform. Photo taken in North Carolina, USA by eTRAVEL.

10. Holy Water. Photo taken in Amritsar by Ardy.

11. Baby hanging onto her mother, carried in the traditional Masai way. Photo taken in Tanzania by Makini.

12. On a visit back to Pasto I was invited to visit some Colombian school kids. Photo taken in Colombia by dancordner.

13. Francisky. Photo taken in Venezuela by paperix72.

14. Boy at the beach of Tarrafal, Cape Verde. Photo taken in Cape Verde by Makini.

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Travellerspoint holds occasional photo competitions for our members with a specific theme. The photos above are the top voted pics from our Kids Competition.

After being a runner-up in the last two competitions, Ardy finally took top spot this month with her brilliant photo of a young girl in Japan. She wins a $50 Amazon voucher, a Globetrotter's Logbook, and an increase of her photo upload limit by 5GB.

Jayms was the runner-up this time, with his photo of kids in Mozambique. He scores himself a Globetrotter's Logbook as well as a 5GB increase of his photo upload limit on Travellerspoint.

By dr.pepper

Posted Mon, Jun 01, 2009