Faces of India – Allahabad

Portraits from our travels around India - Part I: Allahabad We’ve never been that great at taking portrait photos of people. I’m not talking about the technical skill of actually taking the photo, more the going up to someone and asking them if we can take their...

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Travel Shot | Expectant Faces at the Maha Kumbh Mela

This is one of my favourite shots of India. Even though it was taken at the Maha Kumbh Mela festival in Allahabad in 2013 (which happened to be the largest gathering on earth and was attended by an estimated 80 and 100 million people over about a 5 week period), there...

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Travel Shot | High Court Street Typists in Kolkata

Despite its size, certain pockets of India’s second largest city are surprisingly easy to discover on foot. The district of BBD Bagh, for example, is awash with colonial-era buildings including the neo-Gothic High Court building. Outside, on the nearby streets, chai...

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Travel Shot | The Golden Temple in Amritsar

Unless you are heading up to or coming down from Kashmir, or planning to cross the border into Pakistan (a big no, no at the moment), Amritsar doesn’t really sit naturally on a journey through northern India. Make the effort to get there, however, and you will be...

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Twelve Forts and Castles from Around the World

A photo essay featuring twelve forts, castles and palaces that we have explored on our travels There are forts and castles of some description in many countries the world over. We are never going to see them all but when we know there is either a castle or fort nearby...

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Travel Shot | Feeding Himalayan marmots in Ladakh, India

Who in all honesty is not oohing and aahing at this photo right now? As their name would suggest, these cute bundles of fur can only be found in the alpine grasslands of the Himalayas and on the Tibetan Plateau. Marmots are actually large squirrels and they eat grass,...

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Travel Shot | Victoria Memorial Kolkata India

The Victoria Memorial in Kolkata is as synonymous with the city as Mother Teresa, the Howrah Bridge and the ‘black hole’. Dedicated to the memory of Queen Vic, some say the building was designed to rival the Taj Mahal…

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