I spent about 3 days in Jodhpur on my super charged photo mission to shoot Rajasthan in two weeks all in effort to get to Hampi by the full moon. After a missed train and near body/mind breakdown I managed to get to Hampi the day after the full moon. I was exhausted and couldn’t be bothered heading out into the night to shoot. That’s another story for another blog post. In the meantime, please enjoy what was seen in the streets of Jodhpur with my eyes via my Canon mark lll.

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Outdoor adventure travel photographer based in Nepal. Lover of land, culture and beautiful imagery.


  1. Lovely portrait of a fascinating city and its people. Your ability to create a rapport with the people makes for an intimate essay on life. Well done!

  2. ashi says:

    You captured the city in and out. It is an amazing place and glad you found our India nice ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. Being an Indian I feel proud. I am happy you enjoyed your stay. Give our site a read for some indian recipes and other thoughts.
    Cheers ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Your photographs are amazing. So vibrant and stark – they really capture the atmosphere of the place well. Definitely going to be following your posts!

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  7. Very beautiful and real photos. I lived in Riyadh for 16 years, visited Syria numerous times and so it’s nice to see pictures that capture things for Real.I just started a blog about cooking and life in the Middle East. lynzrealcooking

  8. Glorious! Really superb photos, I love the lighting and colour and composition. I am green with envy.

  9. inesdeferran says:

    Great pictures !!! They are showing very well the atmosphere of Jodhpur, but not clichรฉ at all !!

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