Category Archives: Rajasthan

Water droplets

Water is our source of life     All images on this post are  under the copyright of the Owner, Cornelia Weber Photography. Any kind of reproduction is unlawful, unless getting permission from corneliaphotography@cox.net.

Posted in Cornelia Weber Fine Art Photography, Devotion in India, Fine Art Photography of www.corneliaweber-photography.com, Haridwar, Haridwar, spiritual ceremonies, photography wisdom, portraits in India, Rajasthan, Travel photography, Udaipur, Water, www.corneliaweber-photography.com | 11 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

Brooms in India …..

…brooms might be an unusual topic, yet they are  still an essential tool of cleaning off dust and dirt… … in our western style of life we might not be any more  aware of the importance of brooms.   …. the movement of brooming could be almost … Continue reading

Posted in Awareness, Haridwar, India, Jaipur India, Jodhpur in India, living in the moment, Rajasthan, Ranakpur, Reflections in life, Travel photography, travelling on my own in India, Udaipur | 10 Comments

Windows in India

  Most of those window images were taken in grand palaces of India , Rajasthan. At the “Palace of Winds” in Jaipur. Those windows were built for the princess and women at the palace, who lived an enclosed live in … Continue reading

Posted in City palace in Udaipur, India, Jaipur India, Jodhpur in India, Lake Pichola in Udaipur, Rajasthan, temples in India, Travel photography, travelling on my own in India, Udaipur, Uncategorized, windows in India | 2 Comments