This Photographer Discovered That Eyes Really Are The Windows To The Soul.
Réhahn Croquevielle, aka Réhahn, knows how to take photographs that capture the essence of people. The French photographer, who has lived in Vietnam for the last three years, has released his latest series called Eyes of the World. In it, he covers the beautiful eyes of people as far away as India, Cuba, Vietnam, and Morocco.
“I'm a portrait photographer and I think a good photograph is when you can capture the soul, read a story in the eyes,” says Réhahn.
What makes these images breathtaking is how every eye color is exotic and every gaze seems to speak volumes.
Seven-year-old An Phuoc from Vietnam.
The eyes of a 10-year-old girl named Azur from Jaipur, India.
Deep gaze of a child from Varanasi, India.
A happy 103-year-old woman from the Rengao ethnic group in Vietnam.
A Sadhu or holy man in Rajasthan, India.
A woman from the ancitent city of Varanasi, India.
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