A chaotic, laud, colorful and beautiful Festival nearby Varkala. In the picture, the musicians were dancing and playing, spending all the last energies left. This was the final part of the morning festival, before starting again at night.
During the Holi festival in this small town, a guy started to throw money from a camel.. soon has formed a small group of kids struggling to catch more bills possible.
One of the cars that drove through the streets of Pushkar during the Holi Festival. This is the only shot that I managed to take, a quick shot from close range.. before running away.
Another shot from the Holi Festival. During the party in Pushkar, the t-shirt was an optional extra... you had to take it off otherwise they would have literally tore it off, reducing it to shreds and throwing it into the air... this is what happened to me too.
The Holi Festival is an annual Hindu festival to wish a happy and prosperous year. The color is synonymous of happiness and everybody in town is colored from head to toe..
Some homeless met on the streets of a poor neighborhood of Jaipur. A tent camps forgot by the people.. where few tourists go. All were preparing for the Holi Festival... everyone does what can.
The photographer life can be tough, sometimes for the best shots you have to risk, putting also at stake your trusty companion. There are unique opportunities in which you MUST take risks to stay at the forefront of what is a constant competition and photography war.