After half an hour of waiting, the train load of people, both inside and outside, is allocated to the next village.. Latecomers try to climb on the train in some way.
One shot on the train from Varkala to Kanyakumari: the Sleeper Class. Fortunately not very crowded, as it often happens in India. So, as a first experience of an Indian train wasn't bad. Ok, there are some cockroach around, but think of them as fellow travelers.
Among the streets of Melbourne you will meet many street artists. The busking in this city is very famous and animates the city with music and entertainments.
Sadarghat is the old district of Dhaka near the famous shipyard. The streets of this area are impressively crowded and noisy, really a continuous flow of people and rikshò: a raging river. On these roads will be almost hard to walk and you will need to do the slalom in narrow passages.. The road becomes the sidewalk and viceversa.
Why are you a photographer? for what? This is an important question that sooner or later you have to make to yourself. One of the days spent in Amritsar made me understand more, an aspect that I love about photography.
This is one of the boatmen of the shipyard in Sadarghat. Once I arrived here I was approached by a man at the entrance.. supposedly nothing strange. This people are famous for their hospitality and there is always someone who wants to have a chat. This time there was something different and I've noticed it immediately.
One shot taken on the streets of Colombo .. An ordinary woman, an ordinary day, the thoughts of the daily life, while waiting to return home after a day of work.
The train station of Dhaka is always busy and populated. The trains of Bangladesh are quite known to be.. a bit crazy.. always in late and super crowded.
This is a small island nearby Hoi An where the electricity is available only few hours each day. An island where the most of the people are fishermen. This is an house of one of them where a man was working on his net..