India: Nine


Happy weekend all, explore somewhere new!

14 comments:

Sarah @ When two becomes three... said...

Oh my GOSH! Incredible! Did you travel to India for pleasure shooting or business?

Alicia said...

Amazing!!!!!!!!!!

Christopher said...

I so love this in BW

Crystal Rae said...

yes ma'am

antoinette marie said...

what an amazing shot! nice work bri! blessings..

lizcooper.wordpress.com said...

That is a beautiful shot! Sometimes, honestly, I wonder how much editing you've had to do on your work. The pictures seem very deliberate and like you don't have to edit them much! I love that about a photographer!

Sarah @ When two becomes three... said...

Thanks for your comment Briony. That's so interesting about the orphanage. When we were considering international adoption, India was out because they would only let Canadians adopt from there if they were of Indian heritage.

I don't recall ever seeing images such as your that capture the emotion, culture and beauty of India. You can just see how much you love what you do. Amazing!

Kip Beelman said...

Awesome!

Megan said...

i love your photos, they're all fabulous!

Karin said...

Hi Briony. The photos you brought back from India are magnificent! Some of them so beautiful and poignant that they had me in tears. The images of the Taj Mahal are breath-taking! I am in awe, you are so very talented!

jon smith said...

Briony, I agree with Melissa, you're photography is beautiful! The shots of people that you've captured are amazing. That's a real skill, thanks for sharing. We're constantly inspired and improving because of the photography that you share with us. I understand what you're saying about a less creative working environment. I don't design the most creatively stimulating stuff every day but photography is the perfect artistic outlet and it's great to have a design job for the steady income. Thanks for visiting our blog :)

bjbblog said...

this pic says architecture, looks great, did you happen to get a chance to look at the stuff i sent over last month, thanks

Tabitha (From Single to Married) said...

Wow - that's amazing that you got to see the actual Taj Mahal!

Fresh Mommy said...

This was one of my favs! :)