…captured in India
Live moves fast in India, most of the times
Jodhpur from a Tuk-Tuk
Rushing and pacing
Racing through a tunnel in Ahemadaba
The race of daily live
New Delhi mornings
Jaipur, a smith at work
Tuk-tuk drivers maneuvering their way through traffic
…while the passenger is busy on his cell phone
Pace, but yet everybody has a purpose in it’s own live
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You captured the fast-paced life of the people of India very well. I noticed the calm spirit on the people’s faces in a traffic that would be frightening for most of us. I also liked the way you used the blur of motion to indicate the speed of the motorcycles. Very impressive photos, Cornelia!
Peter, you are a very good observer, people in our hemisphere have stressed out face expressions, not in India.
You have really captured the essence of movement in India, Cornelia. This makes me want to visit.
Thank you dear Carol, I am happy that you enjoyed it. Oh I would totally recommend a visit to India.
Faster the pace
Faster the life race
All to feed themselves and their loved ones
Why India it is all over the world
Some places the purpose differs
Life’s goal differs
Peace, Disharmony, Love, Hate and so on……. to achieve
Fast Pace…. Hahaha
Thank you Shiva, for your great response, I am reading between the line , getting your message.