Old Manali is a small mountain village nearby the Himalaya in India. In this peaceful town, the life pass by slow and quietly. This square was close to my guesthouse and a lot of people was used to gather here daily. The old women were chatting or weaving, the men were caring about the animals and the kids playing volleyball or other games all together.
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.
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.
In a small gipsy village in the Thar Desert near Jaisalmer, is the time for the annual shearing of the sheeps.
Welcome (again) to the Taj Mahal... the playground for tourists. The magnificent structure (and the sad story that is behind) is a big tourist attraction in India. I often thought about whether to come or not, but being on the way to Delhi, I've chosen to stay a couple of days in Agra, to see with my own eyes what is considered one of the wonders of the world.
In my trip to the Thar desert I had the opportunity to visit some of the villages Gipsy. What to say of these villages? definitely interesting to see how these people live in very difficult circumstances.
During a walk through the mountains of Munnar we met women workers of the tea plantations. When we arrived they had just started a small break of 20 minutes. In the tea plantations of India and Sri Lanka (Munnar included), 90% of workers are from the state of Tamil Nadu, known to be hard workers.