Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Delhi



Snake charmer in Delhi

Old Delhi

The Presiden'ts Palace Delhi - note the smog.

Early morning start - Delhi station
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13 comments:

angryparsnip said...

On my computer these pictures look fabulous...
they have a golden glow and clarity that makes me feel like this is the way I feel/think India should look.
I am especially enamored of the 2 and 3 shot, well done.

PI said...

Parsnip: that makes it worth carrying on:)

Eryl Shields said...

Totally agree with Parsnip.

PI said...

Eryl: thank you.xox

kenju said...

I just read a book set in India and it looks like it could be part of the set decor for the movie!

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

I very much like these Analog pictures, Pat. There is a 'realness' to analog that many Professional Photographers say isn't possib;e with digital....
Wjat a fantastic trip, my dear....!

PI said...

Judy: glad to be of service:)

Naomi: there does seem to be more depth - as in your South of France photos. It seems to lend atmosphere.

apprentice said...

Yes "real" photos do have a depth to them that digital lacks.

I look forward to seeing more.

PI said...

Anna: I'll try and do some this week-end unless the weather is perfect:)

rashbre said...

Lovely pix and they each seem to tell a story.

Interesting what several say about 'analogue'; people try ot recreate this look now in digital!

Kanani said...

Coincidence I just pulled out my India pictures the other day. Went to scan them and found the scanner isn't recognized by the computer! Well helloooooo....I guess I'll to fix mine so I can post and share too!

Funny, nothing...but nothing can capture the smell that envelops one as they step off the airplane and into the airport to the throngs of humanity in humid weather.

PI said...

Kanani: I'll look forward to yours.
The other totally distinctive smell is arriving in France to the overpowering smell of citane and pee. In the sixties of course.

Di said...

I love the photographs ... I don't think you needed to apologise for the quality at all ... beautiful!