Visitors at Ellora and the things they do: Ellora, Part III

I love watching people. With the camera my snoopiness is kind of disguised. Those who notice, tend to get posy and self conscious while with others, I slyly sneak a peek and strike the shutter. The decisive moment can be illusive when using a 50mm lens. But then, you don’t want some of those moments to slip by just because you wished you had a telephoto. This is a small collection of images of visitors to the Kailashnath Temple related to my earlier posts. They have a nice editorial drift about them.

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About shabnamphoto

I'm a graphic artist with a passion for photography. I like to tell a story with my pictures. Sometimes a picture may speak on its own and at other times it may need an explanation. I'm intrigued by the ordinariness of life and enjoy documenting my life in the light and shadow of what surrounds me. Be it people, landscape, flowers, architecture or birds, the camera helps me see what I wouldn't with my naked eye.
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2 Responses to Visitors at Ellora and the things they do: Ellora, Part III

  1. rupa gulab says:

    the lady in the blue sari gets my vote. She has such a happy smile perhaps because God is behind her!


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