Tourists a the pink palace at Bikaner.
Historical note: The Maharajah of Bikaner was one of the people who signed the Treaty of Versailles in 1919. THere are two portraits of him in the National Portrait gallery in London.
Morning shadows on the breakfast table in Jodhpur.
Those of you interested in India must go
to Rauf's blog which has outstanding pictures and is very moving.
The music that was playing on my playlist took me right along with you on your travels, at one point I could've been riding an elephant in this exotic land! The textures and colors are fantastic...thank you so much for the tour!!!ReplyDelete
Do I have an over-active imagination...
Have a great day!
Hello there Elizabeth! Such a diverse selection of shadows you've shared. I really like that first one of the shadow leaves on the wall. I've been enjoying your India posts. So you are still there? You've been away for ages it seems. How lucky you are to be having such fun adventures. I'm very jealous! :DReplyDelete
I love the table shot best. It looks like an inviting place to have a meal.ReplyDelete
These are all such fabulous shadow shots! Wow! I love them all! As others have said,I like the different colors and textures! Thanks for sharing! Happy SSS!ReplyDelete
I love archways - I have a real thing about them. That table cloth is beautiful and in honour of your blog I'm wearing a long Indian robe today (I think the fact I've over-eaten also plays a big part in this:)ReplyDelete
How long are you in India for?
I'm sure you're loving this trip as much as I did when I went a few years ago. So fabulous!ReplyDelete
I love your pictures!
I have really enjoyed your taste of India, Elizabeth.ReplyDelete
Without a shadow of a doubt beautiful shadow shots. Thanks for the history connection - I remember seing pictures of the signers of the treaty - including the maharajaReplyDelete
What a wonderful expressions on SSS. Love all of them and now am craving to travel.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your trip...
Shadows add such interest to a scene...ReplyDelete
Nice shadows AND photos ..ReplyDelete
hi elizabeth, i've been so busy lately, but have enjoyed all your photos of your travels in my feed reader. what an amazing holiday you've been on. Really nice to escape the still cold and blah northeast with your wonderful photos. take care on your journies.ReplyDelete
So glad you are back with us! Love the pink palace - so pretty!!ReplyDelete
I really love the first shot! beautiful...ReplyDelete
An embarrassment of riches!! Aloha-ReplyDelete
Why are the pictures on the wall crooked? Or perhaps that is just my tired eyes?ReplyDelete
I love that pink is so ubiquitous in India.
You mentioned some good links to me, but now they have all gone away!ReplyDelete
love your shadow shots from India.ReplyDelete
the pink shadows are stunningReplyDelete
the entire series of photos is wonderful
Rauf's blog is amazing! and you have the best selection of shadows..but then you actually started this SSS indirectly and we all picked it up thanks to Tracy..I think she's having a mind boggling time trying to put all those collages together haha! Shot some SSS yesterday and even I am not participating, the shadows are always on my mind..thanks to Tracy :D I want to go to India so bady...have a fab time there, much love and big hugs for the week/MReplyDelete
Wow! Thank you for the tour:) Just enough to make me want to visit another foreign country. The second photo with the tourists is my favorite.ReplyDelete
Hi Elizabeth, thanks for sharing your photos with us and i am also excited to find Rauf's blog.ReplyDelete
The Mandawa shadows are particularly lovely.ReplyDelete
All your photos are like works of art, stunning, I could have every single one framed on my walls... I've been to India two years ago, your posts really made me miss it a lot. Thanks. Polly xReplyDelete
Glorious exotic shadow shots! And I love your new clean look!! wowReplyDelete
Hi Elizabeth, you show us such amazing sights here. I love all the vibrant colors you've captured.ReplyDelete
THANKS for your beautiful photos!!ReplyDelete
India is a great place for that!