4 thoughts on “IMG_9193b

  1. I’ll keep in mind your suggestions and thank you. A friend who came to Taiwan for a project my wife, Jane Ingram Allen, curates has started a similar project outside her home in Mumbai and has invited Jane and me. 2014 will continue to conflict on available dates so it won’t go to Mumbai then. Maybe 2015. There are other artists residencies that might happen in India in the fall of 2014.
    Don’t let too much time pass between posting your photos in 2014. Happy New Year.
    Tim

    • Your plans sound great Tim. Mumbai is supposed to be an incredible place. I don’t know if you have read Shantaram but this gives a beautiful insight into the city.

      Don’t worry I’m probably just going to switch to alternate day postings (so long as I have an internet connection). But these things are flexible, so if the consensus is for less or more I can always adjust.

      Happy New Year and thanks again for all the feedback!

  2. I too like this, not just because I’m partial to blues but the textures are subtle but create a degree of mystery about the photo. Here too, I’m fascinated with the woman’s story.
    I’ve been to Nepal but I’m been reluctant to travel to India because of the crowding. However, your photos encourage me to go. The visual opportunities seem to be endless.
    Thank you for sharing them.
    Tim

    • Thank you very much for taking the time to comment on this photo and others. I am touched that you cared enough about them to do so. I won’t pretend that India is an easy country to travel around in but some states are easier than others. I had absolutely no problems in Rajasthan and I loved it there – it is how I dreamed India to be with the palaces and elephants and camels and men sporting twirly moustaches and vivid turbans. Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand were also lovely places to visit with wonderful people. I hear that Kerala is the best place to break yourself into India – I haven’t been there but want to go. I can’t guarantee you an easy time but I promise you that you will see the most magical things that will stay with you. Thanks for all your support and Happy New Year!

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