One of things that I adore so much about India is the amazing things you see in such unlikely places. On my last trip to Bangalore I saw this horse and cart transporting some wooden planks. “That sounds quite normal” … Continue reading
I captured these images of some Indian “door to door” salesmen hawking their wares while in Thirumalaikodi. I just love how the young men have the glittery dresses just flung over their shoulder. These day to day images always delight … Continue reading
When I am visiting my mother Padma I walk past a lovely water fountain on the way to the shops. The fountain’s soft bubbling is soothing and relaxing. Yesterday a lovely new fellow was fishing in the fountain…he was quite … Continue reading
A few snapshots from another divine day in Pondicherry.
Pondicherry, on the east coast of India, is absolutely perfect in every way. Padma and I arrived here yesterday and we are already totally immersed in the laid back feel of this wonderful town. We are staying at the divine … Continue reading
Don’t you just love travelling in the car? I adore it! Today Padma and I travelled by car from Puttaparthi to Thiruvannamalai. Although the trip took all day we loved every minute. We got a small peek into Indian life … Continue reading
Padma and I have had a wonderful day walking around central Bangalore today. We have shopped, looked at the sights and savoured the tasty Bangalore food. However one of the most special things about Bangalore is its friendly people. I … Continue reading
This photo was taken at night on the way to the temple at Karaikudi in Tamil Nadu, India. Taking the photo while standing in the queue, in hungry anticipation, gives an unusual POV of the tasty snack.
This photo taken in Ooty, India really evokes for me a feeling of the carefree nature of many daily Indian scenes.
Last November I visited Fort Cochin in Kerala. During my stay I was lucky enough to watch a Tamil movie being made. It was delightful to sit for half an hour and watch this scene progressing. Nobody minded me taking photos or getting close to the action. Ah…the joys of watching the world through my eyes…