Tuesday, December 04, 2012

People Watching at Amber Fort


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12 comments:

  1. I love the women's dresses in India. They look so comfy.

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  2. I love the vibrant colors of the saris worn by the women!

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  3. I also love to do that! And we are in a group i always take the photos of those getting photos, it is really fun. When i see how the saris are worn by Indian women, with the layers and the bright colors, coupled with the hot temperatures and dust around, I am so thankful i was not born there! It really looks very uncomfortable, but i agree, lovely for photos.

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  4. I absolutely love visiting your blog. You see so many beautiful places and sights!

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  5. A fine series showing the women's dresses and that brooms for sweeping the area. The shots of the cameras people are very interesting too. Nice post.

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  6. Look at the colours of those saris! Wonderful portraits.

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  7. it's nice being able to observe how people act, react, and interact. Great pics.

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  8. You're the best at people watching, Maria. Seriously!

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  9. The local women are so much more colorful than the drab tourists! Ha! By the way, I'm reading a good book: Beneath a Marble Sky by J. Shors. It's about the Taj Mahal. You might enjoy it now that you've been to India!

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  10. Watcher people, people learning, people opening minds. Nice!! Hugs.

    Val

    Barcelona Daily Photo

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  11. It's always a pleasure taking photos of the locals in India - very effortless as they love being part of the picture.

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