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Unfortunately, one of your images would not appear, but the remaining image … the woman in the yellow sari … is breathtaking. What a story her face tells.
Take care of yourself and Tarun in your excursion … and have fun!
Thank you so much for the feedback otherwise I was under impression that my post has been lost somewhere. Yes, rest of the images are not appearing, might be due to poor connectivity. I am not able to rectify it also. I will re post this once I reach home today evening.
You can check the post again. Ihave uupdated it just now. Off to you. Thank you.
Wow – love the yellow – is there only 1 image in this post ? Your words make it sound like there are a few – hm – just curious – safe travels to u
Rest of the images are not appearing, since I had very poor connectivity while I published the post. I will soon rectify it. Thanks for the kind feedback. Means a lot.
Oh my pleasure – and the post sounds so interesting – but I know first hand
How connectivity impacts uploads – have a nice week
kindly check my posagain. Updated it. Now you can see the remaining pictures.
This photographs are ABSOLUTELY STUNNING !!!
Thanks a lot Zee. They are Maharashtrian folk women, very hard working ones.
The wrinkles on those faces- the thoughtful looks- as they gaze at you or the horizon- I wonder what they have gone through in life to be so wrinkled and what they are seeing in the future for themselves.. I don’t see despondency but rather a faint glitter of hope – thank you for sharing positive images of your trip.
That’s a lovely note Sushie. I have just come back from the journey and very tired. Catch you soon. Thanks for always been a support dear.
These photos are so stunning! You captured their expressions so well. Portrait is very challenging.