Three Red Hot Chilean Peppers and a Moroccan Krasiva
31, 2002 at Topanga Beach was a memorable day. The surf was big, dad
was visiting from Lebanon, and I met these gorgeous 17 year old girls.
I was in heaven... From left to right: Daniela (Chile), Dina (Morocco),
Macarena (Chile), and Francisca (Chile). To the right of Francisca you
can see a small (fuzzy) surfer. Zenit TTL camera, Soligor 90/230 zoom
lens, Kodak Gold 100 color film. More photos of these krasivas below.
I had been told before that the women that come from Pablo Neruda's land are very beautiful. Today I was more and more convinced. Moroccan women, as all Arab and middle-eastern women, lack no praise... A warm thank you to these gorgeous girls for posing so beautifully...
This shows how diverse greater Los Angeles is - one of the distinctive features of this great city. In this melting pot I have met people from all parts of the world. Every country has a "little" capital city in Los Angeles: Little Tokyo, Little Saigon, China Town, Arab City (Anaheim), Little Armenia (Glendale), etc...
Rami E. Cremesti BS, MS - Photographer
"Shrine Tribute to Beautiful Women"
July 31, 2002 - Sherman Oaks, CA