Posted: January 14, 2013 Filed under: Friends, Photography, Travel | Tags: friends, india, indian food, photography, travel
One of these evenings, I’ll provide a more insightful post about our recent trip overseas, documenting everything from magic shows to night swims to elephant rides. Unfortunately, that night is not tonight. I can, however, share my favorite snaps from our trip to the enchanting country that is India.
Heath and Ranjana looking for shells on an Indian Ocean beach.
Nick and Mark admiring their first view of the Indian Ocean.
An inside view of a rickshaw, of which there are thousands on any street at any time.
Commercial Street—Bangalore’s shopping district.
Courtney has to show the monkey she has no more food.
A wide array of curries to choose from.
The temple elephant.
Heath admires a view that was too good not to pull over for.
Who are you looking at?
A fisherman’s boat resting on the beach.
One of many “jump pics” we gals had to indulge in throughout the trip.
On the sands of Turtle Beach.
Masala Tea for sale on a mountain top.
Miles and miles of tea.
An Indian market.
Making ourselves at home in a ride paddy.
Smiling faces from a rickshaw on Munnar.
Rickshaws adorned in marigolds.
Cab ride? Anyone?
River fish. As boney as it is delicious.
The men pull on the Chinese fishing nets to see what they have caught (nothing).
Mark embraces his new bride.
Mountains in the morning.
Nick and Melissa enjoying the view from the house boat.
Well digging is tough work.
House boats in the backwaters of Kerala, where we spent a memorable evening.
I can’t wait to share more in words (once they are ready of course).
Posted: September 4, 2012 Filed under: Friends, Photography, Travel, Uncategorized | Tags: india, photography, travel
In honor of our upcoming trip to India, I want to share a few photos the endlessly talented Ranjana took of her beautiful homeland. I can’t wait to take hundreds of my own this Christmas at Mark’s and her wedding.