Aww, thank you for the highlight.
I wish this picture could have been a bit more in focus... I had to use night mode as it was taken indoors and I didn't want to use the flash. I'm not so keen on flashes. Plus I was trying to catch her unawares.
That you did, nice shot
Love it! You and Steve are certainly giving us stay at home folk the full flavour and colour of the East....
Yep and there are a fair few more to bore you with yet
Lovely picture :-)
Very nice study :)
how beautiful. she looks so innocent.
I love the colours. She's in the next shot too.
I've been following all your India photographs with great interest, especially now that see you weren't only doing touristy things. Will having family there mean that you'll get to go to India often?
Well, it's Steve's brother who is marrying into the family (me, Steve and Steve's mum all formed the groom's wedding party -- we were introduced to everyone)... so I'm sure Stuart will be going back there a few times. Chai's uncle did insist that next time we go over we must stay with him, which would be fantastic (especially going by the breakfast he served us).
I hope that I will return to India. I'd like to see more of it, from the mountains to the beaches.
It works because it is slightly out of focus
Yeah we have to take them up on their offer
Funnily, most of my favourite pictures from this trip are slightly out of focus. /may be related to my short sightedness.
wonder what she was thinking about
Lovely shot .... I too have been following this series ..... yes you have to go back :)
not that we are trying to get rid of you you understand
that's a lovely image