From the people to the landscape and even to the smallest details India, is bursting with color. Here is basket of colorful flowers used by worshipers in the Ganges River. You get this wallpaper by clicking her
On this past trip to India I only had about two hours to shoot on the famous Ganges river in Varanasi. Nevertheless, even in that two hours I had some great fun. If you have never been to the Ganges it is really like no where else. There is constant motion and noise, but it is still possible to single out quiet and simple moments like this one of a boat captain inspecting his boat.
I hope you enjoy this month’s wallpaper. To download it click here.
I have been meaning to get this wallpaper up for a couple of weeks, but have felt more inclined to write about other things. Nevertheless, I finally decided to just bite the bullet, so here it is.
I made this image early one morning in Varanasi, India while I was teaching the NGO staff I was working with to single out simple frames amidst the constant chaos and complexity of places like Varanasi, India. Enjoy!
Also I wanted to let you know that in the next week-and-a-half, I will be giving away a Thinktank Photo Streetwalker backpack to one lucky and random winner thanks to my great friends at Thinktank Photo!
If you want to be included in this random giveaway, leave a comment on this post sometime over the next week-and-a-half and tell me why you think you deserve this stellar bag.
Good luck yall!
At 8:40 tonight I board a plane to London and then on to India for 3 weeks. For the first week I am going to be by myself doing some personal shooting in Old Delhi, Nizamuddin Dargah, Jodhpur and Udaipur, which I am super excited about. I love the color of India so spending some time in Jodhpur, The Blue City, should be fun.
Starting on the 28th, I will shooting for an organization called Serve India in various villages and cities including Varanasi, which I am excited about as well. Depending on internet I am going to try to post some postcards and screen savers so be looking for those as well as updates about my trip.
Upon returning I will be writing a review of the Think Tank Photo Street Walker Pro so be looking for that. I will be giving the bag a beating and I am confident it is can take is so be looking for my review soon.
In closing I just want to let you know about a great organization called The Plywood People. I spent some time with Jeff Shinabarger, the founder of The Plywood People and Giftcardgiver.com, yesterday at their offices in Atlanta and had a great time. You will be hearing more from me about this great organization in the future as well.