Five, street style


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So we leave the straight road and head to the hills, going to the mighty Kumbhalgarh fortress - and near a river we stop, the girls wanting to train their zooms on kids swimming and women washing clothes on the dhobi ghat there. I step down too, realizing that the place is too far for my 50mm, eve with the doubler, so we enjoy the sight and sit.

And under a tree, just nearby, two ladies wait for the bus. Meet Grandma.

Kumbhalgarh di alfrjw, su Flickr

Morning after, we wake up in the tiny Ghanerao Castle, and the kind people there agrees to show us around town, chatting about things old and new.
Pride of the family, future owner of the business, changer of SIMs.

Ready when you are di alfrjw, su Flickr

Turn a few corners, have a cup of chai, watch builders on a new home.

Ghanerao di alfrjw, su Flickr

Afternoon, to the west, in a village half tribe and half sect, the Bishnoi even set up a visitors' center to arrange safaris in the bush. But chatting around tea is most welcome.

Bishnoi people di alfrjw, su Flickr

And while the people with the big cameras work their magic, nobody watches us.

Bishnoi people di alfrjw, su Flickr



Administrator Emeritus
Philly, Pa
Alf, you constantly push your own envelope...with success I might add.
Very nice images. The viewer is unaware of your presence.
Post more please and...don't leave the street for a spell.


Administrator Emeritus
Philly, Pa
Alf, I do have to mention just one itty bitty thing....
Just because your mindset is doing street, you could still write those wonderful stories about what's going on.
I for one and I'm sure I speak for many, really enjoy...
Alf's Photo Journal.

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