LOL. I like.
The third lady in the photo sixth from the bottom spotted you (and no doubt reported you to the Indian equivalent of the NSA). Enjoy your life on the run.
I like the pastel colored houses--pink, blue, green. I also like all the innovative uses of bicycles. And no one is wearing levis. How refreshing is that! Grandma M.
The lady with umbrella was the first to see me. She followed my camera as long as it was in eyesight.
Thank you. While I do enjoy the photos of formal events, it's very nice to see some slice o' life pictures as well. I love how people in India embrace a broader spectrum of color in their attire. Americans (especially the urban-dwelling ones) are so drawn to black, white and the entire spectrum of gray in between. It's great to see more variety from the color wheel. And it's interesting to see the women wearing saris (right? or is that a different-but-related style of dress). I wonder if the women in the bigger cities who are professionals wear more Western-style attire. I didn't know if saris were just for formal events, but I guess from these pics that there are daily wear saris and then fancier adorned saris for formal events like banquets, holidays, weddings. Anyway, THANK YOU for sharing pictures. I am mesmerized by all things Indian, and I will probably never manage a trip there. So thanks for letting me be the creeper by reading your blog.