You've seen my sis before.
But I suppose I should find a more recent pic.
The exotic foreigner isn't out of the question. She's flying out tonight to spend a month hiking in Cambodia and Sri lanka with friends. She's seeing Ankor Wat, and the Cloud Maidens. She has discovered the "skort". It's a pair of shorts designed to walk comfortably in, with a built in skirt over the top for wearing in countries that like more modesty in female clothing. It's to wear with her neck to wrist blouses.
You may question the wisdom of a young white woman driving and walking around Cambodia, but as she's taking her professional grade photography equipment expressly to photograph the remains of the Killing Fields, I and our mother will just have to sit on our blood pressure. She really wasn't born to be caged.
This is her on the left during her semester studying in Malaysia:
DAMN YOU GOOGLE IMAGE FIND
Edited, Jan 17th 2013 9:13pm by Aripyanfar
Edited, Jan 23rd 2013 2:53pm by Aripyanfar
I don't think that reverance or respect for the dead needs the dead to be hidden from sight completely. It is the attitude that you bring, as a witness to a dead body, that matters, not the display and witnessing of a dead body, per se.