Street Portrait: Snake Charmers

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Snake charmers in Rishikesh, India. Hindustan Merajaan. 

If you like street portraits, make sure to check out Mr Guest’s blog at: http://thefutureispapiermache.wordpress.com/2014/10/09/vocals-flute/
You can also see more street portraits by clicking this tag: https://cardinalguzman.wordpress.com/tag/street-portraits/

Impressions from Taj Mahal

Here’s my impressions, or interpretation if you like, of the famous Taj Mahal in Agra, India. Two images portraying day & night at The Taj.

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Travelling India

Know-All’s Box and myself had a conversation in his blog and it made me remember this song that I recorded with my friend Sjur 7 or 8 years ago. That’s when I decided to make a slide-show with some photos and the song. The lyrics are a mix between English and Hindi, with a few Hebrew words here and there – If there’s any wishes for it, I’ll include the lyrics.

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This is an entry for both Ailsa’s “Travel Theme: Romance” and Paula’s “Thursday Special”. Follow the links to visit their posts:

Inside: a photographic journey through India & Nepal

Often the inside of something is even more interesting than the outside. – Sara Rosso

Here’s some pictures that represents “inside”, plus a bunch that I just throw in for fun. All these photos were shot between December 2004 – December 2005 when I spent 9 months traveling around in India on my Bullet 350 motorcycle. Most of the time was spent in in Delhi & Rishikesh, plus 3 months were I settled in a village in Nepal.   

Inside my Bullet350

The inside of my Bullet350

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Bollywood Dancers

These two photos are heavily photoshopped. The first photo is not one, but two images combined together, and on both of them the background has been tampered with. I shot these some years ago when I was hired to do some shooting for a film festival called Bollywood Filmfest in Oslo.

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A day at the Delhi Derby

Some years back I ended up living in Delhi for a period of 3-4 months, which means that I’ve pretty much seen & experienced, if not everything, then at least most of what Delhi has to offer – both touristy & non-touristy things. Some of the stuff I’ve seen/done several times: During my stay I met many backpackers and I frequently joined them to check out different places in Delhi, which resulted in me experiencing recurring deja-vu’s… (hmm… haven’t I seen this place before..?)

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