Delhi’s Misty Sunrise

It was only early March but the air was already heavy from the raindrop a few days before I arrived in India. The thickness and humidity did not seem to agree with the stone of Gurudwara Bangla Sahib's floor which was still icy cold and made each barefoot step more painful that morning. Yet, what ...


An Indian Wedding

A picture of the beautiful bride at the Indian wedding I attended last weekend. It's not easy to compose a photo to show the mehndi, the gorgeous hand decorations applied at Hindu weddings but I like the result of the pose I asked the bride to strike, which allowed highlighting her beautiful eyes 🙂 Congratulations ...


Sunset at Qutab Minar

For my first day in India, I had a busy schedule visiting as many sites as I could in Delhi, knowing I'd be leaving the same evening for Agra to visit the Taj Mahal the following day. To end this quick tour in Delhi, I decided to visit Qutab Minar, a beautiful minaret from the ...


“Not For Me, Thanks”

"Amusing but not for me, thanks", seemed to think the girl delicately dressed with her shawl, while witnessing fools throw coloured powder at each other during the Holi festival in Mathura.

New Beginnings

This is the last photo of the series of sunrise shots of the beautiful Jal Mahal in Jaipur. In just 2 days, I was able to get 4 very different shots (only 3 of them will be displayed though!) and it just shows how unique each morning is and should not be wasted. Even though ...


Smoking With Attitude

Although most people in India were rather enthusiastic about having their picture taken (some even requested me to take their picture), it was a different story with this guy smoking in front of this cool door... I almost got punched in the face for taking that picture. What do you think? Was it worth it? ...