Tag Archives: Street Photography

A Veiled Legacy

While visiting Kolayat during the full moon festival, I took so many photographs that my head was spinning nonstop, turning in all directions. As always, it is the people who capture my imagination, particularly the women who were flattered by … Continue reading

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Full Moon Gathering at Kolayat

The car bounced along the road and the landscape turned barren and dusty; I wondered what I was getting myself into. Always up for an adventure, I eagerly agreed to accompany my host into the Rajasthan desert for a special, … Continue reading

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Life on the River

After a bumpy bus ride and a ferry across the river, an hour’s walk awaits before we reach the beach, our destination.¬† Though we land in a tiny fishing village on a sleepy river, the town hums with life and … Continue reading

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At the End of the Line: Kutch

Places that are at the end of train lines or are remote and difficult to get to are some of my most favorite destinations in the world and Kutch in the state of Gujarat is no exception. Over the years … Continue reading

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A Lasting Memory

It was a beautiful, clear morning in South India. I boarded a local bus to the next town where I could easily tick off my long shopping list. I was grateful to get a seat as this route gets packed, … Continue reading

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Farmer Woman

Part of the urge to document theme.

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The Urge to Document

Q Water Pots India is changing with such astonishing speed that I find myself in a constant state of wonder. In the West, this sort of change is known as progress. And it is about life becoming easier. ¬†There are … Continue reading

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