More unusual views from the lovely city of Udaipur, Rajahstan, India.
Why, o why do people shave me for wool and then make me wear a sweater? Wish they’d just leave things as they are to begin with…
Perhaps not the most exciting photo, but i can’t resist a good bolt on old wood…
Motorcycles only have one horn, yet they make far more racket than any cow, who has two…
Creative wiring doing its best to keep gaudy jewellery at bay.
Finally, what we had been looking for all along: the produce market. Smile, lady! Ooops, she blinked…
And of course, it doesn’t take long for someone to ask for a snapshot: “One photo sir?” Sure, buddy!
Hope you enjoyed this brief, rather random selection. Thans for the visit!
The goat ticks all the boxes for me. Did the goat say ‘just one picture, sir?’ Mehhhh.
He did mutton (er, mutter) something, but it was in Udaipurese dialect, and it was all but lost on me… Thanks, Andrew!
Some wonderful details, Alessandro!
Thanks Murray – and you’re so right: i tend to zoom in (or is it “zero in”?) a heck of a lot…
Terrific, these photos made my day, Alessandro. They are great, all of them, even the bolt. And I so much agree with the goat (or is it a sheep), but of course, its condition made a good picture.
Thanks Bente! Not only did that sheep wear her fanciest outfit that day, but she also placed herself against a wall that perfectly matched her coat…
Love these, thanks!
Thank you for the visit and the lovely comment, Marianne!
Always amazing, each post, any post, all posts … Bravo
Grazie, Covetotop. You are too kind…
Super shots! My favorite is the portrait.
Thanks – isn’t it great (and, where i live, unusual) when someone so handsome invites you to shoot him?
Lovely, as ever, keep meaning to ask do you take these mono in camera as mono or edit after? Just curious!
Hi Lesley! I shoot in the raw format, which contains all the color info. I then convert this to monochrome in post-production. In any case, i never spend more than a minute or two editing any one image… Thank you!
A fabulous selection Alessandro and such a comprehensive view of the city!
Thanks, Patti. I found Udaipur well suited to my kind of photography, so i’m glad it shows…
So beautiful, Alessandro. Sigh.
I know what you mean. Those places (and those smiles!) seem so far away as viewed from a saddened West sometime in 2014…
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