All Creatures Great and Small
All things bright and beautiful, All creatures great and small, All things wise and wonderful: The Lord God made them all -Cecil Frances, 1848 Nature’s great masterpiece, an elephant … …
Sakeena Sakeena, 7 anni e membro della tribù Mir. L'ho incontrata a Dosata , un piccolo villaggio situato nel Kutch, zona del Gujarat. Era di mattina presto e lei era seduta vicino un fuocherello di foglie ...
Showcasing ‘Incredible India’ in Beautiful Vital Photographs - Blogger's Path
We have gone through the jungle of Internet and picked up some beautiful Photographs of Incredible India, these photographs will help you out to explore India but if you want to know about it in deeper sense then you have to visit it personally.
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Hodka village - Harijan or Meghwal tribal people. The name Harijan was given by Mahatma Gandhi to the Meghwal people. Hari means God and Jan means People. Meghwals are originally from Marwar in Rajasthan. They are experts in weaving wool and cotton and make attractive leather embroidery and wood carving. Meghwals live all over Kutch. They always live in groups outside the village. Their houses are very clean and decorated by cowdung mud and mirrors. The men do leather work, wood carving and…
website | tumblr | Facebook | Twitter Shabbir, Younis and Rauf were the brothers we met in Chatpal. We watched them play an exciting game of racing their metal rings down a slope. We spent a long time with them. They jumped off high rocks. Posed for photos. And reminded us to get the photos the next time we visit, before saying their goodbyes. Read more on the charming kids at The kids of the hills…
Steve McCurry Shares His Philosophy on What Makes a Good Portrait
What makes a good portrait? Steve McCurry, one of the world's most famous portrait photographers, shares his portrait photography tips and philosophy.
Niña en Guruvayur - Sur India - Little girl in Guruvayur
Es difícil encontrar a un niño de corta edad sin maquillaje en los ojos. Se les aplica kajal (kohl) en el párpado inferior como protección contra el fuerte sol, aunque en la mayoría de los casos se espera que ahuyente a los malos espíritus.
Young Indian girl showing her traditional greeting "Namaste" | Kelvin Marshall Nature & Wildlife Photography
"Namaste" is particularly associated with aspects of Hindu culture such as vegetarianism, yoga, ayurvedic healing, and other cultures that are derivatives of Hinduism such as Buddhism and Jainism. Namaste is also used as a friendly greeting in written communication, or generally between people when they meet.