Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Changing Faces of Indian Women

As you probably know if you stop by regularly, my favorite photographic subjects are people. With all their range of emotion and physical variety, they are endlessly fascinating to me. In the case of photographing women, my femininity servesĀ  me … Continue reading

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Loading Ladders on a Cycle Rickshaw

My father used to say, “There’s a solution to every problem.” Indians think a lot like my father. Sometimes it requires brain power but more often than not, it requires muscle power and a lot of old fashion ingenuity. The … Continue reading

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In the Rice Paddies

As I know very little about the cultivation of rice, I did a bit of research. What I found is that I know even less about it than before! Apparently, there are many methods of cultivation and many conditions required … Continue reading

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Quiet Interludes in India

With its immense population, finding a quiet moment in India is an enormous challenge. These moments are grabbed wherever possible, often right out on the street. This series explores those moments.

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