Category: Street Photography

A rickshaw is always picture perfect

A photographic series featuring the Indian rickshaw.

Horn – OK – Jeepney

A photographic stumbling drawing similarity between the Indian trucks and Philippine jeepney.

A door to nowhere

A photographic stumbling with a beautiful door in the middle of nowhere.

Sunrise on the Streets

A photographic feature on the Sun rising over the the streets.

A Child’s Play

A photographic series featuring a brother-sister duo hovering about the streets.

The Urban Gaze

Two men who probably hail from a lesser know village – come to the city with their big dreams – between all the hustle bustle of the city noise, watch these men take their gaze at the urban roads.

The Classic Indian Ride

Still in my mood of the railways, now I present to you another antique ride – the chariot.

The Indian Rails

Personally, I am a huge fan of the Indian Railways. What attracts me the most though is the view from outside the window – especially of tracks merging and separating. So poetic, don’t you think?

Power Woman Encore

The power woman is back. Today, I came across this wonderful woman who epitomises the labour community of India. Tried to catch her in her element this time amidst her work.

The Half Rickshaw – Business on Wheels

Recently I wrote about the famous yellow taxi being smartly used as a marketing tool. Today we go a step further – a rickshaw which has been cut into half and used as a sugarcane juice churning machine. The ingenious India always manages to pop up about on the streets.