More images from India. The historical sites are amazing. Beautiful architectural lines, a combination of both incredibly ornate and vibrant and also elegantly simple designs, and fascinating cultural and historical contexts. . . So much fun to wander around and feast on the different elements. To see other India images: India part 1; India part 2
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Okay, back to India! People in India seemed to have mixed feelings about the camera. Some were quite suspicious or actively hostile towards the camera; some were curious about it in an uncertain way; others were shy and giggly about the camera; and a few openly wanted to be photographed ~ many but not all of these would ask for money :0) Made photographing people an interesting enterprise. . . Not wanting to offend, I was a little nervous when I asked these two if I could photograph them. It was subtle but I soon realized how proud these two were to be photographed. They received it as the offering that it was. Touched me.
Namaste my friends~ Kathleen