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View a pretty girl in a forest

In the world of Facebook, there are many kinds of posts that always make the audience feel relaxed and happy. In order to gain more likes and comments from the audience, some pages post pictures of something interesting, and what makes the picture interesting is not the composition or light but the subject itself.

Recently, Cutie Star Cambodia, a Cambodia social page on Facebook, posted a picture of a smiling woman. The woman in the picture is dressed like those from the mountains, but her skin is so light that everyone would think she is from the city. She is smiling peacefully and happily, on her head she wears an orchid crown and overall she presents a complete view of a traditional mountain costume.

The picture of the woman in a forest has attracted many Cambodian Facebookers, earning more than 5,660 likes and 148 shares.

Many people who have seen the picture have commented, with most posts having a similar message: “cute, pretty and lovely”. For example, Chhin Mengsuor commented, “Why, so pretty”. In addition, some people, such as the Khmer Culture Preserve, wrote, “Forest girl 2013 very pretty”.

In other comments, Jupiter Nak wished that he could find a woman as pretty as her to be his wife. The audience also tried to find out whether someone knows where she is from. Nhom Bekbakboy commented, “Very pretty. Can you tell me where you live?” While Sam Pisal commented, “If in the forest there are pretty girls, I would move to live in the forest”.

Unlike other pictures of women, this picture has provoked a positive reaction from audiences. However, despite posting many positive comments, people are still wondering who the woman is and who took the picture as she is that “pretty”. So far, no one has been able to clarify where this girl is from.

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