Sunrise at the roof top of Hotel Nirvana in Jodhpur.
Dining area, Hotel Nirvana
I took pictures for two hotels in India, Hotel Lajwanti in Palanpur and Hotel The Blue House in Jodhpur.
Mural in Hotel The Blue House.
Decorating the street with coloured powder.
Like many other places in India, widows get paid a few coins for singing devotional songs in a temple.
He is sharpening knives and scissors.
People must be inventive to find a way of making money and survive.
This bent tree stands within the walls of the fort in Jodhpur.
She is offering water to tourists and hoping to get a few coins in return.
The fortress in Jodhpur seems to be invincible.
The Blue City, Jodhpur.
A well-known landmark in Jodhpur, the clock tower. Can you see the moon?
The clock tower at sunset.
Textil business is important in Jodhpur.
Women digging trenches
From the little town Mandawa in Shekhawati district, Rajasthan.
Waiting for customers.
Stop for water…
The atrium in Hotel Radhika Haveli. Havelis are mansions or rich tradesmen’s houses in Shekhawati. Many are made into hotels.
Bedroom in Radhika Haveli.
Sitting area in my room in Radhika Haveli.
Photography is also about selection and omission. This is unfortunately a very common sight in India.
Portrait of old farmer near Palanpor.