I bet they are feeling the pain today!
Lovely pics on your blog!Enjoyed them thoroughly!
Not a good idea!
I like your angle but I feel sorry for them. They might regret it in 25 or 30 years...
Not a very good idea! I bet you are right about the shower...
Great perspective... both in your words and in your photo. It's so puzzling how white people want to be brown, and darker people want to be white. I like all the colors.
Ouchy!!! Thanks for dropping by my site :D
Pale like they were I once laid in the summer sun at the beach long enough to deep fry the backs of my knees. From the day after I couldn’t straighten my legs enough to walk for a few days. I can empathize with those guys. I hope they know about aloe vera アロエ。On the good side—their skin won’t stay red and burnt for long. Nope, they have this to look forward to.
Oh that's just bad! You know you've gone too far when you're red and still in the sun!PS - You started something with your eyebrow comment on my photo, others felt inclined to comment on eyebrows after that!
Yes, I bet they're feeling the burn now.
hihihi , mind the sun , love your angle ;)
LOL! Poor guys. Love your angle here.
Nice geometry in the composition of this photo, Kaori.No doubt they regretted staying in the sun so long!«Louis» echos Franciscas thoughts about the oddity of white people wanting to be dark and vice-versa...
Great composition! In my part of the world (much sun and many beaches) you can always tell who the foreign tourists are because of their white skin, as we all are tanned several monthes a year! :-)))
I like how you set up this shot.
lol, basking in the sun!? hello sunburn! ^0^ impeccable foto!
I love this amazing perspective! whoa!
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