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
In the Rahjastan province in west India lies a small city named Pushkar. This holy city is a web of tiny, dusty alleys and everywhere there’s small shrines for the thousands of gods in India needed to be worshipped. It was early in the morning and a lot of people stopped for a couple of seconds to give their honor the icon in the shrine.
I stopped at this particular place for a while and one of the pictures i took after this one is on a cow (holy as well, of course) eating the flowers and fruit the lady in the beautiful clothing just put there.