Steve McCurry India Chris Beetle Gallery January - February 2013 Earlier this month I visited Chris Beetle's Gallery.
thekhooll: “ Blue City Steve McCurry’s Blue City photographic series was taken on the edge of the Thar Desert, India, in a place that was once the capital of a princely state – the mystical Jodhpur.
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Jodhpur – The Charming Blue City of Rajasthan - Jodhpur is the second largest city in Rajasthan. It's called the "Blue City" for its distinctive feature derived from the tinted wash that's used to color the
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Steam Train, Uttar Pradesh, India 1983 C-type print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper
Men on a train outside of the Taj Mahal, India This photo was taken by photographer Steve McCurry, the man who captured the famous green eyed “Afghan Girl” for National Geographic in 1985 (via 22 Incredible Photos of Faraway Places - My Modern Metropolis)
Sit back & enjoy this journey though India by train. This incredible photographic Indian railway series was shot by award winning photographer Steve McCurry
Steam Train, Uttar Pradesh, India | From a unique collection of photography at https://www.1stdibs.com/art/photography/
Portrait of a woman in yellow, Afghanistan, photograph by Steve McCurry.
Steve McCurry, Afghanistan I love this photo. If it weren't so dangerous for Americans, I would go to Afghanistan in a heartbeat.
photos of Afghanistan - Photographer Steve McCurry’s photos of Afghanistan depict the stunning scenic beauty that gained Afghanistan worldwide renown centuries befor.
Wearing a burqa has evolved over the years in Muslim countries ~ some places have released expectations; some require it for public appearances, for young, unmarried women, and sometimes it is worn just for personal safety, as in Afghanistan for example.