I was very kindly nominated to be part of the Capture the Colour competition right from the very start of the project. True to my style, I just had to … Continue reading
I hear something. My eyes are heavy and when I open them the darkness of the room has started to lift with the morning light. A night full of checking … Continue reading
I love this picture.
The frail man with legs that look like they will break under the pressure. His orange hair, like so many around here, a failed attempt at hiding … Continue reading
“You are a bit of a good mum” – mumbled Dod as he rested his body on mine, while I was trying to sort pictures on my laptop. He was … Continue reading
India is supposed to be the land of spirituality, where modern men and women are still in connection with their ancient wisdom. Ashrams dot the country every which way and … Continue reading
The Taj Mahal.
I can write those three words, post some pictures and leave you on your own. Everyone has dreams, built from bits and pieces of stories we heard about … Continue reading
Traveling by train in India is frustrating, hard, exciting, interesting and eye opening all at the same time. The stations are usually filthy, getting tickets can take a whole day … Continue reading
Sightseeing is moving so low on my radar, I am getting worried. A little bit. At least a smidgen.
Still, for our last day in Delhi, we figured we should see … Continue reading
We arrived in Agra in the afternoon and since we are staying within a walking distance to the Taj Mahal, we decided to do the walk and catch a glimpse. … Continue reading
Not far from Mcleodganj is the village of Bhagsu situated in the rainiest spot in India, or so they say. In winter its so miserably wet, that the village closes. … Continue reading