Category Archives: India

Mother’s Day

Mothers are the source of live. They care, they teach, they sacrifice, they protect and nurture and their heart pounds every moment for the well being of their child.  May all mother’s of the world being celebrated today and everyday.  All images are … Continue reading

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The light within…

  ” The light is already within you, just allow it to shine”                              -By the photographer ” Embrace it and share it”     – by the Photographer ” Nothing can dim the light that shines from within”    – Maya Angelou ” If … Continue reading

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Prayers #1…. in India

Here are some impressions of prayers I was able to capture in India All images posted here are under the copyright of the owner Cornelia Weber Photography. Any kind of reproduction is unlawful, unless you get permission from corneliaphotography@cox.net. For … Continue reading

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Curtains….

….can reveal stories If curtains could talk, they would tell stories of history. curtains of a restaurant in Tuscany, Italy “There is someone who looks after us behind the curtain”               – Rumi   Magic curtains in a hotel in Udaipur, … Continue reading

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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

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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

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Street markets of the world…

One of my favorite focus on trips over the world are street markets….. … and what the culture produces and where their passion comes in to their own fulfillment … ” I see something special and show it to the camera. … Continue reading

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