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  1. farhiz


    One of the Seven Sisters as the North-Eastern states of India are collectively called, Arunachal Pradesh is the northeastern-most state in India. It's predominantly tribal population is of Tibetan and Burmese (now Myanmar) origin. The mountainous state shares borders with Bhutan, Myanmar and China. Leica DC Vario-Summilux f/1.7-2.8 Lens, 24-75mm (35mm Equivalent) on the LX100. On the road to Tawang, after a night stopover at Dirang, the road winds it's way up to Se La (La is Tibetan for pass) at 13,700 ft. Se La is just a bit further, just a chai break before driving on to Tawang. Se La, 13,700 ft. I don't know it yet, but the first night I'll spend at Tawang (a mere 10,000 ft) will be uncomfortable.
  2. ian_taylor


    From the album: More

    M9, CV 50/1.5

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  3. ian_taylor


    From the album: India & Tibet

    local shave

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  4. ian_taylor


    From the album: India & Tibet

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  5. Take a mountainous state like Arunachal, add plenty of water, add a few motorable roads, but not too many, finally scatter a few villages here and there. That's a perfect situation for a suspension bridge of bamboo, twine and cable to tie communities together. In these intolerant times we need more bamboo bridges. Bamboo bridge, Yazali, Arunachal Pradesh. The ties that bind us. Plank bridge over the Tuipui D River in Mizoram.
  6. ian_taylor

    Few More India

    Another few from India. This was my first time using a digital rangefinder, so a couple thoughts about that as well. The fact I didn't have to lug around Canon stuff made a massive difference. And not putting this massive camera between myself and my subjects definitely made for more natural portraits IMO. And manual focus at wide apertures really slowed me down. In a good way. The only issue I was having was vignetting and magenta with the CV 35/2.5 and 21/4. This was cleared up by using the in camera profiles. It was like I had brand new lenses. After that I had far more confidence in the files. The RAW files look amazing. The best thing is that the M9 makes me want to travel.
  7. ian_taylor

    India & M9

    Just back from a few weeks in India with my recently acquired M9 and some Voigtlander lenses. A few samples. 75mm Heliar 75mm Heliar 35mm Color Skopar 21mm Color Skopar
  8. Hannes Albert

    India B/W

    I went to india to shoot the street life of this country. Only a Leica M6, a Summicron 50mm 2.0F and 30 rolls of Kodak TriX 400 were with me. for better resolution see my website Hannes Albert feel free to comment! i will be happy to hear some opinions of you! regards H.Albert ps. those pictures are hand-made b/w-prints. my scanner, i have to say, is not the best!
  9. Walking back from the morning market, I spotted this woman. We were at the southern end of India. She was getting ready for work, I had already worked half a day. After she realized I took her picture she blushed. It was a sweet morning. Enjoy-Adam Taken with an M9 and 90mm Summicron f 2.0 Adam Marelli Photo
  10. Here is one of my images from my latest India photo tour. Dan Kosmayer
  11. Leh, Ladakh, India Comments welcome. Thanks, Christophe
  12. The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, held in Mumbai each February, is the largest multi-cultural festival in India. Here are some photos from the 2019 festival. All photos V-Lux 114
  13. A few shots from a quick one week trip to Kolkata for the 'Durga Puja' festival. It was damned hot but the M-P 240 35/f2 preformed flawlessly during 5/6 hours of continuous shooting in the sun everyday. I will definitely visit India again.
  14. Durga Puja festival, Kolkata 2018
  15. Giulio Zanni


    Kushinagar - India, Paranirvana Stupa, which commemorates the place where Buddha Shakyamuni died. Families come to cover the lying Buddha with robes. This was one of those circumstances where I felt compelled to lower the camera and just live in the moment. Leica CL + 18-56
  16. Monks playing Tibetan horns at Tergar monastery, Bodh Gaya - India. Leica CL + 18-56
  17. Shimlipal forest, Orissa, eastern India. The film was Fuji 200. (downsampling has messed it up a bit, original scan is quite clean and sharp ).
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