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India

India

 

In this collection of travel photography fine art prints, the spot light is on India. The images in this gallery are some of my favorites that were taken during a nine month trip across the country.

India is like no other country I’ve ever been to before. I remember being blown away by how much life can change between plane rides. My time in the country was spent moving around, a lot. From the Taj Mahal to the mountaintops of Himachal Pradesh and everywhere in between.

I travelled by plane, boat, train, car, bus, and rickshaw of course! I’m grateful to have had my camera with me the whole time to document a very memorable trip to an unforgettable place. 

 

 

The Process

 

I remember how deeply I planned my first trip to India. From the cities I’d visit to the places I’d stay, everything was planned out! When traveling, not everything always goes as planned and my trip was no exception.

Although I did end up seeing a lot of the major landmarks that I wanted to visit, like the Taj Mahal, and others such as the Red Fort, Lotus Temple, and Sarnath which is a city where it’s said that Buddha first taught the Dharma. 

I don’t think you can ever really do everything while traveling, but that’s also part of the journey, the unexpected joys you’ll receive in places that may have never even been on your radar before. 

Cities Visited

 

My trip to India was my first time out of the country, and what a trip it was. My first time there lasted six months with a small break before going back for another three months. Although that may seem like a lot of time, it went by very quickly, as time usually does when you’re enjoying it. 

 

Some of the places I visited while there were Mumbai (Bombay), Delhi, Agra, Varanasi, Goa, Rishikesh, Himachal Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and the Andaman Islands. All of these cities are so vastly different, but they had a lot of things in common as well. I think it’s important to appreciate a place for what it is and I have immense appreciation for these cities and all the other places I travelled through along the way. 

 

 

 

India

 

In this collection of travel photography fine art prints, the spot light is on India. The images in this gallery are some of my favorites that were taken during a nine month trip across the country.

India is like no other country I’ve ever been to before. I remember being blown away by how much life can change between plane rides. My time in the country was spent moving around, a lot. From the Taj Mahal to the mountaintops of Himachal Pradesh and everywhere in between.

I travelled by plane, boat, train, car, bus, and rickshaw of course! I’m grateful to have had my camera with me the whole time to document a very memorable trip to an unforgettable place. 

 

 

The Process

 

I remember how deeply I planned my first trip to India. From the cities I’d visit to the places I’d stay, everything was planned out! When traveling, not everything always goes as planned and my trip was no exception.

Although I did end up seeing a lot of the major landmarks that I wanted to visit, like the Taj Mahal, and others such as the Red Fort, Lotus Temple, and Sarnath which is a city where it’s said that Buddha first taught the Dharma. 

I don’t think you can ever really do everything while traveling, but that’s also part of the journey, the unexpected joys you’ll receive in places that may have never even been on your radar before. 

Cities Visited

 

My trip to India was my first time out of the country, and what a trip it was. My first time there lasted six months with a small break before going back for another three months. Although that may seem like a lot of time, it went by very quickly, as time usually does when you’re enjoying it. 

 

Some of the places I visited while there were Mumbai (Bombay), Delhi, Agra, Varanasi, Goa, Rishikesh, Himachal Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and the Andaman Islands. All of these cities are so vastly different, but they had a lot of things in common as well. I think it’s important to appreciate a place for what it is and I have immense appreciation for these cities and all the other places I travelled through along the way.