I know the girl... I've seen her like zillion times! She ain't that dark! That's more about the photo, the light, the make-up, than to her skin. And by the way that pic is seriosly photo-shope... And you are aware that she is playing the most of the season outdoors... Training as well. So just people with skin problems don't get darker...
A lot of us do? You know that's interesting... I live here, and I didn't noticed it, but you did We do not Sorry But if you wanna, we could do something about that
exactly, luka you may not notice it because you live there. for example i have been told by an asian that to them we all look similiar, but for me we all look completely different. while most white australians would think asians look similiar but to them they look completely different. i have seen croatians (my cousin is croatian), serbians and macedonians at school and at the tennis and they have always had an olive complexion. you seem to look at things differently when your an outsider
sam stosur, nicole pratt etc. all play most of the year outside and they dont have a dark complextion. far from it. and most media reports about ana in australia always have the description 'dark looks'. im not saying serbians are the same darkness or whatever as indians but you definetely have skin that tans better. alot of northern europeans skin just turns pink when they are out in the sun while southern europeans tan.
Last edited by aussie12; Mar 3rd, 2007 at 01:01 AM.
I knew it was her dad as I saw his pic before. Never seen pics of Byrnes, though.
Great pics from GC. She does have dark complexion, characteristic for southern Europeans.
I am born there and I am darker than her where I am often confused for latino or greek but Ana isn't really that dark. Her skin is fair and her hair is dark . She is only dark compared to pale northerners who never get a tan