Migration Posted bySonali DalalJune 14, 2020Posted inStreet Photography, TravelTags:migration, Sonalidalalphotography, street photography, street photography in india Share this:PinterestEmailTumblrMoreFacebookLinkedInTwitterWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by Sonali Dalal Photo Artist. View more posts
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Lovely. The electricity grid pole adds value to the frame
Great post 😁
Where to and from whence? Another amazing photo.
Thank you so much Paula 🙂 not left home since three months because of Corona lockdown so time to raid my archives.
This is such a great contrast of modern world to tradition. I usually find high tension wires and roads / vehicles mucking up a photo, but here the balance is perfect!
Thank you 😊 yes, in certain parts of India tradition still survives. These shepherds leave their homeland in desert in search of water just before summer sets in. Walk with their families and animals for miles on. As soon as the monsoon approaches they start walking back. This photo is captured while they were on their way back. Now even their desert land has facility for irrigation. Yet they prefer to follow this tradition.
Really shows the variety of life in India, from the traditional to the thoroughly modern; what an interesting place; and, as you said recently, a country that is very difficult to govern.
Thank you Adrian:) yes, india is united in it’s diversity. We survive and enjoy these differences. But yes, for any government quite a task.