The world is full of beautiful children, a rather shy but curious little man, I don’t get much time to do street photography any more although a blessing when I get to travel to far away magical places, meeting so many amazing people, both young and old, I found this little man in a town call Haa in Bhutan, so very precious, with his mothers permission i took just two photos before he ran inside to hide.
There was something about those big brown eyes that had me in a trance, for more than just a moment, long before I clicked the shutter, time stood still, he appeared as an unfinished painting, blurred, and everything around him disappeared even sound. A sense of Deja’ vu or was it an image I have already seen locked in my subconscious mind? I was so fixed on his eyes I didn’t notice the driver until I uploaded the image on my laptop, we really do see what we want to see, what captures our soul and delights our heart in the moment.
I love those cars that flood the streets of Kolkata.
After 19 hours of travel time I was a little spaced out, who knows, I only got to spend about 5 hours in Kolkata, the plan was to spend a day at the end of my trip. It’s so easy to get lost in India, going with the flow, moving every few days by train that I nearly ended up in Pakistan! With only a few days left it was easier to get back to Delhi to fly to Kolkata to fly home, I knew I had to catch that flight book or i would have got lost for longer.
Great place for a kids shoot and of course a wonder around.
$129 (normally $185) including cosultation, 45 minute shoot and an 8×12 print or digital image of your choice.
Book before the 31st of December to receive this offer.
Valid for 12 months
A great gift idea (Packages to suit all budgets)
A gift that will keep giving for many years to come.
One of my favourite places
Images taken over a period of time.
The perfect day to be lost at sea, been a long time between solo trips, no major plan or destination today…..
Lost in my sea of emotions.
These young girls were have a great time jumping off the pier, laughter splash and joy.. Sunday