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NORTH VIETNAM IN ANALOG

BUFFALO AT WORK: The spectacular scenery in Sapa includes the famous rice terraces that spill down the mountains - a breathtaking view indeed. Here a villager with his buffalo plough the rice field. Cat Cat hill-tribe Village, Sapa, Lao Cai, Vietnam.

As a continuation to my earlier post “Snap Shots from North Vietnam“, photographs in this post are all shot with my good old Leica M6 0.72 classic, coupled with the 35mm Summicron-M lens. As mentioned in my earlier post, I just wanted to travel light for this brief trip to North Vietnam, where I made […]

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BACK TO THE OLD SCHOOL – A Cambodia Village School in Photographs

Day dreaming in the classroom

Wat Ek Phnom is an atmospheric, partly collapsed, 11th-century temple situated 11km north of Battambang Town in Cambodia. During the journey back to town after visiting the temple, we passed by several local villages and made a few stops along the way to take some pictures, including an old village school (situated in Ek Phnom […]

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FACES AND PORTRAITS FROM AN OUTSKIRT VILLAGE, NEPAL

Capturing Movement: A Newari lady along the corridor of her doorway spinning woolen yarn. It is a very common sight at the Khokana village where spinning woolen yarn is very popular.

Towards the end of my stay in Kathmandu, the thought of visiting the country-side of Nepal came as a refreshing idea. Having seen so much of the legendary shrines, historic Dubar Squares, temples, stupas, statues, and all the ancient architecture in and around the city of Kathmandu,  a visit to a native village on the […]

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A VILLAGE ON THE OUTSKIRT OF VARANASI, INDIA

Local village house

Having posted a number of articles on Varanasi, River Ganges and the Ghats (see my earlier posts), I decided to move on to a village on the outskirt of town. This village is called Rameshwar Village, approximately 15km northwest of Varanasi. Having tasted quite a fair bit of the town, riverbanks, burning of the dead and […]

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