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August 24, 2005
Rambagh Palace Grounds Sweeper
|Camera||Konica Minolta 7d|
|Lens||Tameron 28-200mm f/2.8 @ 150mm|
|Shutter / Aperture||1/80s / f/4.5|
Nothing in India can make you feel quite so much as a Western Colonial bastard as seeing people doing their jobs. It made me realize just how much guilt I carry around with me when I travel. Staying at an expensive palace certainly does not make you feel like are you making the world any better, either.
Despite this, for better or worse that certainly didn't stop me from taking people's pictures. This woman struck me as I was walking around the palace grounds. It is amazing how doing things the old fashioned way has not left India amongst certain strata at all.
Posted by jordanh at August 24, 2005 12:46 PM |
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