A wedding in Germany

A while ago I have been so blessed to be part of a family wedding in South Bavaria, Germany. The first part of it took place at the court house in an old castle, where this little river is running smoothly.

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The great match for life…..

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Respecting the privacy of the bride and the groom and the entire family,  I chose to post only images without showing their faces, yet trying to capture the atmosphere and love of their reunion of Love.

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The ceremony took place at a  little country church older than hundred  years. 

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The heavy old door of this church

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The very modern priest playing his guitar and singing a great song..

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From the above the most passionate singer blessing the couple’s love

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Cows looking surprised at the newly weds car pulling into the place of the reception, a  real country side.

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The real pleasant and cool musicians playing smooth samabas

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The back ground scenery of that…

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Cutting the most delicious German Cherry  Wedding Torte

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Dancing to a wonderful life together

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India’s vibrant colors

My heart had been stolen, when I entered India,  by all those vibrant colors,  as a photographer it became a feast for my eye and my lens. I didn’t rest a moment to capture all the beauty, especially in the fabrics and textures I have seen.

I have been mesmerized by all the beauty of colors in India, they are vibrant and expressing the culture of this country and their people.

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Haridwar, drying cloths from a bath in the holy river of the Ganges

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Fabric store in Jaipur

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Women’s dresses

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pillow cases and more of if the beauty of Indian fabrics

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A woman sweeping the garden of Jodhpur’s temple

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Handwoven carpets in Ranakpur

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Hand made paper in Sanganer

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Hand painted ceiling in a temple of Udaipur

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Fabric shop in Udaipur

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Donation fabric in the wind

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I have been mesmerized by all the beauty of colors in India, they are vibrant and expressing the culture of this country and their people.

If you like to see more of my images taking in India feel free to visit previous posts or visit my website http://www.corneliaweber-photography.com

Any images posted on this blog are under the  law of copyright of the owner, Cornelia Weber Photography. Any usage of copying or reproducing of these images  in any matter are unlawful. If you wish to purchase any image please contact corneliaphotography@cox.net  Please visit my website http://www.corneliaweber-photography.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Humbled in Ahemadabad, India

Ahemadabad , the major city of Gujarat , is known for it’s many ancient temples. Devotions and prayers at temples are a daily routine to Indian’s people’s life.

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Shoes lined up, before taking steps up to the holy temple.

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The temple bell rings for the beginning of prayers.

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All images posted on this site are strictly under the copyright of the owner Cornelia Weber Photography. Any copying ore other uses are strictly under the law of copyright. If you choose to purchase a print please contact corneliaphotography@cox.net. Or visit my web site http://www.corneliaweber-photography.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Independence Day in India

August 15th is observed as a National Holiday in India, the nation’s  independence  from the British Empire in 1947. That day Jawaharial Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, raised the Indian National Flag above the Lahore Gate of the Red Fort in Delhi.

In honor for the Indian people I’d like to share some portraits of the hard working Indian’s  , who are the most admirable entrepreneurs of maintaining  little businesses every street corner to have meet their ends.  And my admiration of  a most beautiful culture in their authentic way of life.

 

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Harvested sugar canes bringing them to town

 

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Sugar cane factory

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Haridwar at the holy river Ganghes

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A barbers shop

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Jaipur an authentic food offer

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Woman’s task cleaning a temple

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Welding in Jaipur

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Temple beauty in Jaipur

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New Delhi

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Tutuk driver in Delhi

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Ranakpur

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Ranakpur, a beautiful girl

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In street markets you see more man behind a sewing machine

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Pushing his cart to the market in Udaipur

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A Tutuk in Udaipur

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My contribution to the most beautiful country of India, which I fell in Love with.

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The Red in India

This is one of my favorite images from India.

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Munich, Germany

I am deeply saddened and terrified by what happened in the last 24 hours in my home town Munich. It is quite horrifying what’s going on in the world, and I question when is there going to be an end to this.

The people in Munich are in my deepest thoughts and my compassionate  heart goes out to them.

 

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Grace and peace to all.

 

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www.corneliaweber-photography.com

Dear readers,

I am honored to make the announcement that I just launched my new web site.

http://www.corneliaweber-photography.com

This new web site offers an e-commerce site , all the items in the ” SHOP”  can be ordered online, Fine Art Prints, Art Greeting Cards, Book Marks printed on Metal and Magnets, all the photography work of Cornelia Weber Photography.

It has been a project I have envisioned for quite a time and finally it came alive. I must say that I am really excited about it. 

A big thanks goes to my web site designer http://www.karen@iCrye.com , she has been working diligently to give this web site live and it has been a great experience.

Check out my art photography work and enjoy what you see.

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