More unusual views of what i consider a truly stunning place. All photos taken in 2014 in Hampi, Karnataka state, India.
“Hello, Sir! One photo?” It is not unusual for Indians of all ages to ask for their photo to be taken.
Around dawn by the river banks. Already the grass is covered in drying laundry.
Just a few meters downstream, men, women and animals work the land in age-old fashion.
Two small metal dinghies ferry people – and much else – across the river every fifteen or so minutes.
But of course, either side of the river provides the backdrop for some unusual snapshots..
Thanks for visiting, I hope you enjoyed.
LOVE the motorcycle shot. That is really, really great. The first one, also. Love them…
So glad you enjoyed these – thanks, Merilee.
Haha…lovely shots..and yes, if you have a camera in your hand…you will inbariably get requests for photographs to be taken..the more enterprising will also give their e-mail ids, for the soft copies! 🙂
Oh, so true. When crossing groups of kids in India, sometimes it is wiser to keep the camera tucked away… Thanks, Know-All! 🙂
I agree. It looks fascinating, Alessandro. Great shots!
Fairytale landscape, no doubt. Thanks Katherine!
As you say Alessandro, a truly stunning place and you caught the personality so well!
A place both stunning and refreshing, indeed. Thanks, Patti!
Excellent photos capturing what I perceive as daily light in Hampi. I agree with Merilee, I think the motorcycle photo is really awesome.
Your qualified comments are always very welcome. Thanks, Otto!
A nice little insight into Hampi through these interesting images, Alessandro. Here in Chile, people tend to pose a lot, too!
Thanks for the comment, Andrew. Here in Rome, people are completely oblivious to cameras…
Lordy, but I’ve missed your work! I’m finally catching up. This Hampi series is lovely, as usual! 🙂
Thanks, Ann. Have been away from the computer these past few months. Hopefully, i will have more time soon… 🙂
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