The final week of my Burmese adventure was spent in this little visited region in the South East of Myanmar, not far from the Thai border. This was a bucolic landscape of Karst hills, cave temples and misty mornings, and … 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..
The Karo or Kara is a small tribe with an estimated population between 1,000 and 3,000. They are closely related to the Kwegu tribe. They live along the east banks of the Omo River in southern Ethiopia and practice flood … Continue reading
Up early again, this time heading east from the lodgings in Cusco, the sky looks overcast from the bedroom window but it might be worth heading out, I walk down the pathways and come across a viewpoint looking towards these distant mountains with the early morning mist still lingering in the valleys. Shot with a 135mm prime and then cropped in post.
From Cusco we got a taxi down to the charming village of Pisac. After some empanadas for almuerzo I took a stroll around the market, taking a moment to buy a hat made from Alpaca wool..
This is Luisa who I met in the Plaza de Armas – a natural in front of camera!
La tienda del sombrero
And in the afternoon a taxi transported us up the hill to the Pisac Ruins, an amazing place which we had almost all to ourselves.