Rajasthani Embroidered Clothing
July 19, 2011 • Photography & Travel
In yesterday’s post titled “Rajasthani Women’s Attire” we shared a little about the embroidering that takes place in the fabric that Rajasthani women wear.
Here’s a photo that I almost deleted once. It was part of a larger image that was not very good which I had taken some years back outside the town of Pushkar, Rajasthan. But looking closely at it I saw within the image these two ladies chatting with fabric pulled over their faces in modesty. A good advice that a professional photographer once gave me was to look closely at each image you take and see what parts you can crop and use.
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