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Shekhawati region in Rajasthan, India is famous for its havelis - traditional, ornately decorated residences. The artists belonged to the caste of kumhars and they used fresco technique (applying natural pigment on wet top layer of plaster) to remarkable effect. Near Nawalgarh there is also an interesting brick factory and Loharghal, a sacred place with several temples and Suraj Kund lake.
Ghana (118 photos in 8 categories)
Kenya (77 photos in 8 categories)
Marocco (44 photos in 1 categories)
Senegal (64 photos in 5 categories)
Sierra Leone (51 photos in 4 categories)
South Africa (18 photos in 1 categories)
Tanzania (140 photos in 9 categories)
China (91 photos in 7 categories)
India (408 photos in 24 categories)
- Backwaters, Belur And Halebid, Black And White Snaps, Buddhist Sikkim, Cham Dance, Cochin (Kochi), Cochin - Chinese Nets (Cheena vala), Elephant Training Center, Golden Langur, Golden Temple, Namdroling Monastery, Hampi - Nature, Hampi Historical, Jaipur, Jaipur fabric factory, Jaipur slum dwellers, Kathakali, Kaziranga NP, Kodagu (Coorg) Hills, Mysore, Nagaland, Ooty, Shekhawati, The People, Theyyam Ritual Dance
Indonesia (124 photos in 5 categories)
Malaysia (92 photos in 6 categories)
Myanmar (Burma) (103 photos in 9 categories)
Vietnam (36 photos in 2 categories)
Czech republic (93 photos in 7 categories)
Denmark (8 photos in 1 categories)
England (31 photos in 3 categories)
Italy (16 photos in 1 categories)
Malta (9 photos in 1 categories)
Netherlands (36 photos in 3 categories)
Norway (506 photos in 26 categories)
- Autumn In Hemsedal, Autumn in Nordmarka, Best of 2001, Best of 2002, Best of 2003, Best of 2004, Best of 2005, Best of 2006, Best of 2007, Best Of 2008, Best Of 2009, Best Of 2010, Best Of 2011, Best Of 2012, Best Of 2013, Fjorda In Autumn, Hemsedal In Winter, Jotunheimen, Jotunheimen II, Land Of Fjords, Lofoten, Lofoten 2013, Nærøyfjord World Heritage Area, Svalbard, The Telemark Canal (Telemarkskanalen), Winter 2009
Sweden (18 photos in 1 categories)
Golden Langur (Trachypithecus geei) is an Old World monkey found in a small region of western Assam, India and in the neighboring foothills of the Black Mountains of Bhutan. It is one of the most endangered primate species of India. The monkey was long considered sacred by many Himalayan peoples.
Best of photographs taken in Norway during year 2009. Locations include mostly Hemsedal and Oslo surroundings in spring, summer and autumn. I had a chance to use macro lenses for couple of hours so you will find also few macro shots in there.
I had a chance to visit Hemsedal mountain area during a period when autumn colors were just incredible. I have spent two days walking around and photographing the natural beauty in Hemsedal and especially the Grøndalen valley. The locals told me I missed the best colors by one week, still am not sure if I managed to capture even one percent of the beauty of those two days.
Jotunheimen (English: The Home of the Giants) is a mountainous area of roughly 3,500 squere kilometers in Southern Norway. Jotunheimen is a part of the long Scandinavian Mountains range. The 29 highest mountains in Norway are in Jotunheimen, including the very highest - Galdhøpiggen (2469 m). The most popular trek in Norway is the Besseggen trek, going from Memurubu to Gjendesheim in South East Jotunheimen. It takes about 7 hours and there are some demanding parts but the views while trekking are just fabulous.
Winter time is very rough in Norway, one does not get much sun during short winter days if there is any sun at all, still there are the beautiful Norwegian mountains one can visit and enjoy... Several of the photos presented are from Hemsedal area and were taken during cloudy day, when sun came out from time to time, creating a special light and shadow effects.
The most popular sport in Senegal is traditional wrestling, also called Laamb in local language. Traditionally, young men used to fight as a distraction, to court wives, prove their manliness, and bring honor to their villages. It takes several years of hard training to become a good wrestler. You can find the boys training by beaches or less commonly in a wrestling arena where the wrestlers have to pay for their training.
In Sine-Soloum Delta, west Senegal, the local people harvest salt like they did for several hundred years. They dig small fields in the soil and through tiny channels let water come in. After that it takes about 20 days for the water to dry and salt layer to be created. The salt is then harvested by mostly women and kids by a piece of an old damaged shifter. First they gather small heaps of salt which they then transfer by small buckets on their heads to the border of the field. From there, they pack the salt into bags and sell it directly to one of dealers, who brings the salt on small carts to the nearby main highway to sell it in big amounts to salt companies from Senegal and Mali.