Pushkar, India 2011
Signed and numbered limited-edition prints
Museum quality: archival inks
100% photographic baryta paper
21×30 cm: 45€ – 200 pcs
30×42 cm: 85€ – 200 pcs
42×60 cm : 220€ – 50 pcs
The food alley did not look like much during the daylight hours. But when the sun was finally gone, oily cooking fumes started to swim around in the air and the fluorescent tubes in the showered everyone in cold, blue light. Dough was fried in gigantic black wok pans and sold for a couple of cents, wrapped in white, thin paper. The dogs waited patiently for a serving.
The picture of the indian dogs is one of my own favorites. I returned to the same alley a lot of times during my stay and fell in love with the light and the smells. The dogs where there every night.