McLeod Ganj, India | 2014
lovely light and a beautiful capture…are you there right now??
Oh, I love this shot – it speaks of friendship!
I traveled 48 hours on a train with a friend and two Buddhist monks when I was in India.
Nice frame Uday and lovely colour and sentiment! Great picture :)
The draping of the fabric is endlessly fascinating-it radiates outward and the contrasts of the composition are gorgeous as well. Brilliant!
A wonderful photo Uday, and I love the title also! :)
A serene and everyday moment beautifully captured. Like Elina I think the title explains it all. An awesome photo.
I always look forward to your posts Uday, you never disappoint! Another wonderful capture, which works perfectly with your chosen quote. Lovely post as always.
Every shot you do is a masterpiece!!!
Beautiful… love the composition with the red robes, crumbly white walls and the dark window.
Great Capture. :-)
love your compositions… brilliant shot yet again!
Beautiful shot Uday. Love everything about it: the colours, the textures and the monks’ body language.
Well said :) I do enjoy being on the road, free like a bird.
Great Capture :)
I thought I had commented on this one before. (sorry, Uday) I think I am seeing double ;) Beautiful colours and the scene that shows how comfortable they are in each other’s company.
Your photography is stunning … thank you for visiting my blog! :)
This is a delightful image. The light and colours make it beautiful, and I can’t help wondering what they might be looking at and talking about.
brilliant framing and lovely colors… great slice of everyday life!!
Wonderful work, Uday! ❤️
Wonderful snap. I have never seen such a shot in real but yes wish to visualize.
Fantastic shot and caption to go with it! The colours are bold and strong. Wonderful shot as always! What camera do you use?
A beautiful capture Uday, I can feel the friendship between them :)
Nice composition! The title is perfect :)
We’ve come to realise that Himalayan landscapes and monks make excellent shots! :) McLeod Ganj is on our must-visit in India.
This is a very observant shot with an equally observant title. When we are in good company, often there is the desire within us to learn more about the other person, and to share perspectives and ideas – and that never gets dull :)
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