In more or less chronological order, a few more scenes from roaming out and about in India’s Jodhpur.
Not sure what, exactly, these kids were up to, but they seemed to be enjoying it.
This time, after a session of “one photo, sir?!” these kids sat down and i got at least one un-posed shot. Too much contrast?
Man arranging his affairs on a rooftop terrace. Jodhpur’s more hilly bits can provide some interesting perspectives.
There are worse ways to spend a few minutes than stroking your favorite lamb just outside your front door. Thank you India.
Kid checks his change after buying sweets – casting a mean shadow while at it.
Camel parking lot… Camelot?!
Hope you enjoyed. Thanks for being here.
Ah!!! I missed the blogging world and your blog in particular…as always…your captures are so refreshing!
Hey, Know-All – long time no see. Great to know you still stop by. Especially, that you enjoy what you find here. Thanks!
Grazie per questo bellissimo divertimento! 🙂
Ciao. Effettivamente, e’ passato cosi’ tanto tempo da quando le ho scattate, che rivederle (quasi per la prima volta) diverte anche me… Grazie! 🙂
E credo che il passaggio del tempo puo’ fare scoprire anche le cose sorprendenti (almeno per me e’ spesso cosi’) 🙂
My love for animals makes me focus more on your lamb and camel than on people. I have always been impressed with your wordiness. Have you studied languages at some point in your life – or you were born that genius? Baci Alessandro 🙂 I would like to park at the Came-lot 😀
Haha! Thanks, Paula. Truth is – as a kid i could never shut up. So i guess i got lots of practice at an early age… 🙂
That camel is dressed so gracefully. wonderful images, Alessandro!
So true – all decked out in tiny seashells. And with a very dignified pose, ungainly appearance notwithstanding… Yhanks, Karen!
Such a happy and contented set of images Alessandro!
So glad you perceive them in this way. It perfectly reflects the mood i was when i shot them, Patti…
Love this camel!
I loved it too… until it noisily passed gas and sent me running for air 😉
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