Sadhu by the lake
This entry was posted on March 2, 2016 by vytautas ambrazas. It was filed under 35mm film, Analog photography, Asia, documentary, Documentary photography, India, Leica, Life, Life in the desert, photography, portrait, Portraiture, Rajasthan, religion, Sadhu, Street photography, Thar Desert, Travel, Travel photography, Uncategorized, Water and was tagged with 35mm film, analog photography, desert, documentary photography, film photography, Hinduism, ilford hp5 plus 400, India, Leica MP, leica summicron-m 35mm f/2 asph, life, life in the desert, photography, portrait, Rajasthan, religion, rural Rajasthan, Sadhu, street photography, Thar Desert, travel, travel photography, turban.
Like it. The way birds are positioned in flight above Sadhu.
March 2, 2016 at 19:40
Thank you! It’s the bird that positioned himself, i just pressed the shutter 🙂
March 2, 2016 at 19:54
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