India: Jodhpur

I have been away lately and some strange winds have blown and taken me far far away. As far as Asia, as far as the northern corner of this vast, great country that is India.

Where you understand the deepness of colour, that is just deeper that anywhere else in the world. The shine of gold, the hotness of spice… where you will learn to despite black.

So foreign, so littered, so unconscious of its own special nature, of its uniqueness. A hand in the capitalism and the rest of the body and mind floating in the mists of spiritualism. Such a breeze, loaded with the particular smell of steel, with the blue flowers of cumin, the scents of the desert.

Such is my awe, that I break the sacrosanct theme of food to bring you some of my shots of this wonderful country. Like a peeping tom I have collected some of the moments I was able to steal, and I hope it makes you want to get closer to the flame that is India and maybe, just maybe, get burnt.

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27 thoughts on “India: Jodhpur

  1. These photos are so amazing! And I see that you saw the real deal and not just the tourist-y stuff. Each time I go there, I’m always viewed as a foreigner but this place will always have my heart and soul. Thank you so much for sharing!

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