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16th Jan 2007, 18:12   | tags:,,,

Steve says:

This is a beauty

16th Jan 2007, 18:20

Uber Spy says:


16th Jan 2007, 19:43

Viv says:

how far did thet have to go?

16th Jan 2007, 19:52

Helen says:

Not too far I don't think. Chai's dad's village shared a water purification plant with two other villages.

16th Jan 2007, 20:31

OJ says:

I especially like the fact that the woman in blue is looking at you somewhat quizzically. It somehow makes this sort of picture seem to have more integrity if the subject acknowledges that they are being shot.

Er, I know what I mean, does that make any sense?

16th Jan 2007, 20:34

Helen says:

They're very sharp, in Mumbai especially, stall holders know exactly what you are looking at.

The quizzical look was very common, whether or not I was holding a camera. The double take, also.

The look, it's not really an approval.

16th Jan 2007, 20:46

nige says:

it's all about the expression of the girl at the front, for me. that blue is so great too.

16th Jan 2007, 23:18

Gael says:

love this! am staggered by the colour in all of these. never been to India, my only experience of developing countries is Kenya - none of the people there looked anything like as colourful or 'alive' as those in your shots

17th Jan 2007, 14:37

Helen says:

The place is very much alive. It must be an incredibly hard life for many, but they seem far more determined than beaten.

17th Jan 2007, 17:17

FilbertFox says:

the colours in all you pics are amazing

20th Jan 2007, 19:57

Dhamaka says:

I like the expression of the tall woman in the blue

22nd Jan 2007, 22:34

SLG says:

This came up on random, great shot.

17th Oct 2009, 00:19

shitake says:

Exactly,George ..exactly. Yes great shot.

17th Oct 2009, 06:29

Helen says:

: ) Thank you. I like this retrospective highlighting!

17th Oct 2009, 20:11