india: Wordless Wednesday - Varanasi Cheech & Chong - 11/16/16 01:43 AM
The participation in the ActiveRain 2016 Photography Contest has been awesome. Entries are pouring in and there are so many amazing photos and such wonderful talent on display that our three judges - Kathy Streib, Paul Henderson, and Gayle Rich-Boxman - are going to have a really difficult time picking winners.
There are still two weeks left to get your photos entered, but don't wait until the last minute - if you do it now, we'll have more time to enjoy your submissions.
Of course, neither I nor the judges are eligible to participate, but that doesn't mean I can't post a photo or … (23 comments)

india: Speechless Sunday - A Wild Ride - 10/11/15 01:19 AM
There is nothing more terrifying than getting from point A to point B in India.
Take Mumbai, for instance. I spent 4 days in this city of 20+ Million, and I saw exactly 4 traffic lights. Masses of cars, busses, trucks, tuk tuks, motorcycles, scooters, bicycles, animal and human powered carts, pedestrians and cows were all competing for the same space, and the winners were those that had no fear and the loudest horns, except for the cows, who enjoyed traffic priority much like pedestrians in California.
A taxi driver gleefully told me that the trick was to use the horn, not the … (37 comments)

india: Devotion - 01/15/12 04:10 AM

I took this photo in Varanasi, India in 2008 at Assi Ghat, on the banks of the Ganges River at sunset, a time when tens of thousands of devout Hindus gather along the river for prayer. The photo has always spoken to me of devotion and simplicity, and for me, captures in a small way the essential sameness of people everywhere - I have seen something like this same ritual enacted in churches and synagogues and homes throughout my life. I looked at these two women and intuitively understood something of what their ritual meant and where their hearts and … (13 comments)

india: Your Elephant Deserves A Nice Home Too! - 06/30/11 06:48 AM

One of the most fascinating places I ever visited was Hampi in southern India. From the mid-1300's until 1565, Hampi was the capital of the Vijayanagar Empire - a vast and wealthy kingdom spreading across much of Southeast Asia. In 1565, Hampi was sacked by the Deccan Muslim Confederacy and then abandoned.
Today, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, consisting of about 26 square kilometers with hundreds of ruined temples and palaces, almost all of which is open for exploration on foot or by rented motorbike. Located along the banks of the Tungabhabra river, one of the seven sacred … (6 comments)

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