A photographic series featuring the Indian rickshaw.
A photographic stumbling drawing similarity between the Indian trucks and Philippine jeepney.
A photographic stumbling with a beautiful door in the middle of nowhere.
A photographic feature on the Sun rising over the the streets.
A photographic series featuring a brother-sister duo hovering about the streets.
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.
Still in my mood of the railways, now I present to you another antique ride – the chariot.
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?
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.
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.