(Note this is a repost)
I had a great time, a great experience in Delhi last week! Really.. you have experienced nothing until you have been to Delhi…
The noise, the traffic, the food, the people, the colours, the heat, the history… wow. I’d love to go back and tour india a lot more (contact Prashant at India Invites for help, great service), see where my grandparents came from and learn more of the real india. Yesterday my nan’s sister died in South Africa so it’s only right that this week I blog this…
I don’t want to misrepresent India, so when you think of the poverty.. think of the extremes.. India is huge and so anything it has will be huge in relation… yes there is poverty, yes there are people sleeping in the streets, little kids begging but there are also many hard working people and also many who are extremely rich.
India is a country of extremes, disparity, warmth on many levels, and a country steeped in history and contrast.
Here are a few snaps from my short time in the capital
Delhi with the Canon G10 | India Travel Photography:
Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.
I loved this trip and would definitely go back. I love travel photography, and I don’t care if I said that before!
Now you can get the Canon G16 (yes… it’s been updated that many times since!)