Sheltered by an umbrella from the burning sun at noon, he was selling Pujas to float in the Holy Ganges.
Also the lady was local seeing her tiffan-box, not that evident with all the tourist wondering around here.
Except in the ashrams, where all is neatly painted, lots of houses and walls are weather-beaten. Not like in the South, where every house is newly painted each year with Pongal.
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daddo (18617) 2008-03-14 3:42
Hi Henk. it is interesting to note that the thirty individuals who have looked art this photo found themselves neutral about its social, religious and anthropological significance.Your photo is full of interesting details, from the man's carefully arranged offerings to the expressions on both their faces.Technically it's well constructed, has great sharpness and wonderful light. regards. Klaudio.
chanjits (4448) 2008-03-14 7:01
You have depicted nice contrast between that lady and sadhu it is great you are enjoying your stay at Haridawar I am waiting for your post of daily AARTI which is performed at twilight at HAR KI PAOURI.
michiels (4170) 2008-03-14 8:41
Prachtige kleuren ! Ik hou heel erg van die muurschilderingen. Nogal wat knapper dan onze mottige bakstenen hier !!! :D
coco (30433) 2008-03-26 14:18
Good photo daily life. Technically this one is a good work and I love the scene with that man and his umbrella.
Also the vertical view and the colours are good.