Saturday, June 11, 2011

chillin' with the Tibetans

Dharamsala is a dope place, not just cause hash is as readily available as Dal and rice but because its so damn chill. Originally an english hill station set up against the foothills of the Himalayas its now home to the Dalai Lama an the Tibetan government in exile.

I'm not doing much work except for coordinating the post work for my latest Harper's Bazaar shot between my retoucher in Israel and the editor in Delhi. Its been pretty much Yoga and meditation classes and long hikes through the foothills with my wife, son and our friends from Canada.

I've been going through some past work putting together images for an exhibition i want to do and found this outtake from a fashion shoot in Rajasthan a few months back.

We'll be back in Bombay around the 17th of June and then its a bunch of ad shoots back to back till we head back to Canada for a few weeks.

So i guess this is the calm before the storm.

Taken outside of Jaipur,  Rajasthan at sunset

2 comments:

Arun Sujay said...

Great...nice to have such a break. We are playing against the Bruins today for the Cup. I guess you should be following it too :)

Gavin Firkser said...

Always an inspiration to view your photo's and posts :)
Have fun back home!