Cashless in Cobacabana
Canon 7D, 32mm, f/5.6, 1/640s, ISO 100
Cobacabana in Bolivia is a small city by the shores of lake Titicaca that is famous for the church of Our Lady of Copacabana. Poverty there though is as visible, if not more than it is anywhere else in Bolivia, and even on the wholy grounds you see many women begging. Heartbreaking… I don’t normally do much colour street photography, but in this case the contrast between the bright colors and the misery seemed to call for a colour treatment…
This is the third and last installment of my Coromandel Travelogue. Feel free to check out Part 1 and Part 2 if you haven’t already. Please leave comments if you enjoy this so I know whether to show similar travelogues in the future! The next morning I got up before dawn, hoping for a glorious [...]
(This is the second part of my Coromandel Travelogue. You can find Part 1 here.) Having taken a few shots of Hahei Beach, including this panorama, Hahei Beach Panorama iPhone 5 I booked a room at The Church, and had a quick but tasty chowder at the Hahei Beach Café; then it was time for [...]
Playing around with the tuk-tuk mirror of my Delhi driver.
When I crossed the eastern part of San Fransciso by car I never imagined stumbling on a church that wouldn’t look out of place in Moscow. But I did. I had to stop and shoot it…
Surinder is a tuk-tuk driver I met and befriended the first time I went to Delhi in 2011. He offered to walk me arond the Gurdwara Bangla Sahib Sikh temple, which I readily accepted. This is a portrait of him after the visit.
One of my favourite places to visit in exotic countries is food stalls and markets.
While on a short trip accross the Bolivian Altiplano, my car was stopped by a morenada, a traditional street parade with brass band and dancers. The tuba players were the best!