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A Day's Walk's Worth - 1

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How long does it take for a flâneur to find that little blister in the fabric of the city to be able to start peeling its layers away?  A few days? A week? A month? How many years?

Certainly more than a single day, spent walking around in flip-flops under a 30 degree Centigrade sky, meeting the incredulous amusement of the local auto-rickshaw drivers, and the mostly closed doors and windows in Pondicherry's French Town - very French, a little Indian and just a vague hint of old Dutch.

The only hope I had then, was to bring you back a day's walk's worth.

A day's walk's worth in Pondicherry 


A day's walk's worth in Pondicherry


A day's walk's worth in Pondicherry


A day's walk's worth in Pondicherry


A day's walk's worth in Pondicherry


A day's walk's worth in Pondicherry


A day's walk's worth in Pondicherry


A day's walk's worth in Pondicherry


A day's walk's worth in Pondicherry


A day's walk's worth in Pondicherry


A day's walk's worth in Pondicherry


A day's walk's worth in Pondicherry


A day's walk's worth in Pondicherry


A day's walk's worth in Pondicherry


Yet, a day's worth doesn't quite fit into a single post. More tomorrow.

7 comments so far:

Joe's blog said...

wonderful photography...I really enjoyed watching.
:-)

Mumbai Paused said...

Must visit now!

Celine said...

Welcome back! Lovely photos as always. Looking forward to more.

Jim Martin said...

I enjoyed your photographs. I would guess that they all looked fairly bright on your computer screen. On mine they look extremely dark. Are your black levels set correctly? You might consider increasing the light in your dark shadows.
Keep up the good work!

Shilpa Bhatnagar said...

Joe's Blog: Thank you for visiting!

Celine: Thank you!

Mumbai Paused: Oh yes you must :)

Shilpa Bhatnagar said...

Jim Martin: You're right, they are on the dark side. Thanks for pointing it out and do keep visiting! :)

robert said...

lively colors!!\

cheers

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