Sunday, October 21, 2012

I Heart People Watching (in Agra!)


You know me and my penchant for people watching. I'm sure no one's surprised I've photographed a few interesting people while in Agra. Photos are from Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and the streets of Agra.

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And as a bonus, I spotted this bird who looks incredibly fascinating.

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Here he is sideview.

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And the back view :)

OUR WORLD TUESDAY.






26 comments:

  1. Wow that's a fantastic assortment of the many types of people sharing this experience with you. Most of the photos I see of this historic area (and others, for that matter) are almost without people...I always wonder if the photographers have to get up at the crack of dawn in order to be the only tourists there. I like your take! Thnanks for sharing.

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  2. There's something about India, Maria, that can't be described in words as well as in pictures. It's the amazing colors for me...the people, the clothes, the architecture. I'm so glad you have shown all these images. Thank you!

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  3. brimming with colors and life,
    agra is such a wonderful place.

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  4. especially love the pic w/ the girl in orange and her friend in green. the bird cracked me up!

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  5. Great series!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  6. What a terrific, colorful fascinating post for the day and your photos are fantastic, Maria! So many different people and I love the back view of the bird!! Delightful post! Thank you!!

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  7. Awesome people shots, Great captures! And I love the cool looking bird too! thanks for sharing your world, have a great day!

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  8. Oh I just love your shots of the people...there is something about these photos that is compelling to look at, beautiful, full of character, keep people watching as your photos show the world the humanity of India. I really like your blog.

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  9. I love those people shots, such a lovely variety of clothing.

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  10. Wow, love your photos, quite fascinating. People watching isn't something I've done with my camera but maybe I should. The bird is wonderful too!

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  11. May I ask what camera you use, these shots are very crisp and have wonderful colours - apart from having great subjects.

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  12. Great sequence of images, Maria, it's so interesting to see all those nice people! Beautiful the bird too!

    About your question, I haven't any name for the white flower of my post, I didn't find it on Google.

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  13. Soooooo loooove this set!

    Magandang araw :)

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  14. Taking photos is our way to tell stories, my friend. Lovely photos today. People is the same everywhere.

    Hugs

    Val

    Barcelona Daily Photo

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  15. Fabulous photos! They are very expressive and narrative. Each of your photos is an excellent storyteller. How eloquent they are! especially I love the first one.
    Wishing you a great day!
    keiko

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  16. Interesting images of the people.

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  17. A very colorful and interesting series. I'm glad I don't have to choose a favorite because they are all stunning!

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  18. I LOVE THE PICTURES! i especially that one of the well-heeled woman contorted as she tries to take a picture of her group. ang galing mo!

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  19. People watching in India is a must do! You caught some great scenes.

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  20. Your people-photography skills are amazing. These photos are absolutely lovely. Did you have a good time in India ?

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  21. Fantastic photos!

    Each photo tells a story..

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  22. A fine series of pictures with action and a story in many of them. Excellent technical work in all the pictures.
    I really like the youngster's stride in that shot.

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  23. Seeing that a lot of foreign women tourists have their pictures taken in front of the Taj wearing a sari, I meant to ask if you did try it yourself?

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  24. Just amazing and stunning pictures!
    You are a very talented photographer for sure.

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