Monday, February 18, 2013


Sorry for getting back to you so late; I just came back from Incredible India to Intense Korea, and I'll need some time to adjust after 3,000 km on the road (not to mention the planes, buses, trains, cars, cycle rickshaw, elephants...). Yes, I also have over 5,000 pictures to sort, but they're worthless compared to the real thing.

There to, I came across fascinating alleyways, villages, and ghosts. The most haunting one? That tall meditator standing eyes wide open, facing the traffic on the median lane of our side of the highway, somewhere between Jaipur and Agra. He disappeared between two lorries and miraculously emerged alive, the sari violently flapping around his skinny frame. When we passed by him, he didn't even blink.


My snapshots series from Rajasthan, Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh:

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