Posts Tagged: 'india'
I used to be ‘into’ photography. I started with my Grandfather’s old Praktica 35mm camera, a camera so old I had to use a handheld light meter. I learnt the basics of photography with that camera, and used it until its lens fell apart. I had a succession of 35mm cameras after the Praktica: a Continue Reading
I was talking to my friend Christian about my post The Story Behind The Picture when he reminded of his favourite photo from our trip to India. We were staying in McLeod Ganj in Himanchal Pradesh, and decided to have a look around the nearby town of Dharamsala. We thought a bus might be more Continue Reading
I spent two weeks in India in 2003. On my last day I travelled from Delhi to Agra with my travel buddy Ben to see the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. After leaving Delhi at dawn we had an eventful trip to Agra featuring security checkpoints, dancing bears and no less than three Continue Reading