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Three Weeks in India

I spent three weeks in India last month! The first week exploring the golden triangle and the following two weeks the Andaman Islands. These photos were taken on a Pentax ME.


Delhi















India Gate



Agra

Agra Fort


Agra Fort


Taj Mahal ft Humans


River Yamuna


Taj Mahal ft Parakeet



Fatehpur Sikri & Bharatpur

Fatehpur Sikri
 









 
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary








Jaipur










*Random guy walks into my shot but actually makes it better*












Andaman Islands

Port Blair

Corbyn's Cove








She we standing next me but just as I was taking my lens cap off, she went to step off, I said 'No! Don't go!', and she stepped back and looked at me...





Coconut Picker, Wandoor Beach











Ross Island & North Bay






















Coconut Picker, Wandoor Beach









Baratang Island


















Havelock



Radhanagar Beach, the 7th best beach in the world











Vijaynagar Beach














Wanderlust still in check? ;)







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6 comments:

  1. Lovely impressions of India, Vanisha! The architecture is beyond amazing there and I would love to visit it one day to discover the influences of the Hippie era.
    Beautiful nature shots, dear!

    xoxo Ira
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    1. Thank you, Ira! I hope you get to visit too you'd love it there! I can totally imagine you strutting your stuff in front of India's architecture <3

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  2. Amazing! It looks like you got to see so many sides to the country. Your photography is stunning!

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  3. Oh my... what a magical place. The more I see photos of India the more I want to go there. It would be such a spiritual and unforgettable experience, of that I'm 100% certain. One day!! You've outdone yourself with all these beautiful photos, Vanisha, I loved browsing through them! x

    ♥.•*¨ Amanda Says ¨*•.♥

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    1. Yes you're completely right, there's no place that comes close to the the kind of experience India gives you, 'magical' is an understatement! Thank you so much, Amanda! X

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