Monthly Archives: November 2017

Children of India

Children are the most precious souls on earth…. …..their giggles and laughter are innocent and real… ….. they are being cared for…. ….. children are the future of their world …. ….. there fore they deserve to be raised with … Continue reading

Posted in Ahemadabad, children, children photography, Compassion, Haridwar, Jaipur India, Jodhpur in India, Portrait photography, portraits in India, Ranakpur, Udaipur | 17 Comments

The Sound of Silence…

The sound of silence Be Still ” The quieter you become, the more you can hear”                                                       – Ram Dass Stillness in Cambria, California  ” The sound of rain needs no translation”                                                 – Alan Watts  ” Be still, my heart, these … Continue reading

Posted in Alan Watts, Awareness, Compassion, Fine Art Photography of, Gratitude, Rajasthan India, Ram Dass, Ranakpur India, Reflections in life, Rumi poetry, spiritual thoughts, thoughts of wisdom, Travel photography, Uncategorized | 17 Comments

Shadows …..

  ” The loviest things in life are but shadows, and they come and go, and change and fade away”  – Charles Dickens           Shadows are a very defined objection about it’s real meaning and how … Continue reading

Posted in Ahemadabad, Delhi, Fine Art Photography of, Haridwar, India, Jaipur India, Jodhpur in India, Leonard Cohen, Poetry of spiritual thoughts, Rajasthan India, thoughts of wisdom, Travel photography | 14 Comments

People in India making a living…

  On my trip through India I was mostly interested to capture how people make a living…   …mostly through very hard work..     Jodhpur, man sewing cloths… Jaipur welding work… Jaipur, sowing cloths… Delhi Having capture so many more … Continue reading

Posted in Ahemadabad, Delhi, Haridwar, Humbled in India, India, Jaipur India, Jodhpur in India, Making a living in India, portraits in India, Rajasthan, Ranakpur India, Travel photography, travelling on my own in India, Udaipur | 28 Comments