I stopped for two nights in Chandigarh to break up the journey between Amritsar and New Delhi. Chandigarh is a unique Indian city because it was designed by the famous French architect ‘Le Corbusier’ and is neatly laid out in … Continue reading
Since 1959 the Indian Border Security Force and the Pakistan Rangers have carried out a flag lowering ceremony to mark the end of each day when the border gate between the two countries slams shut. Guards both from both countries … Continue reading
After covering the Holi festival in Mathura I caught a train to Delhi (an bour late as is usual in India), and flew north to Amritsar, famous for the Golden Temple and the Wagha border ceremony. The light was soft … Continue reading
After four days in Mathura covering the first days of Holi I took a bus down to Agra. I’ve been before but with it only 50km away it was hard to resist shooting the Taj Mahal again with fresh eyes; … Continue reading
Aside from photographing the Holi celebrations in Mathura, I also spent time making portraits of the shopkeepers I came across during my walks around the city. Here are a few of my favourite images..
Earlier this month I travelled to Nandagaon from Mathura to shoot the Holi celebrations that this small town is famous for. After the throwing of paint and powder at the Radha temple the Shepherds from neighbouring Barsana gather with shields … Continue reading
I’m away in India at the moment, travelled here late February to cover the Holi celebrations. Here is a sneak preview of the portraits I shot over the course of the festivities in Mathura, Vrindavan and Nandagaon. Will have the … Continue reading