A Laugh in the Village
August 11, 2011 • Photography & Travel
I took this photo on a walk one morning through the village of Khejarla which is located about 90 minutes outside of Jodhpur. I saw this young girl sitting with her family outside their home, all of them curious of this stranger in the village. When I stopped to say “namaste” they burst out laughing and I took this opportune moment to capture a beautiful laugh…something you see often in a walk through a village in India.
For those of you who are photo enthusiasts there will be no shortage of photographic opportunities on our next meditation retreat to northwestern India. It might as well be a photography tour in India as you will find a perfect shot waiting around every corner in Rajasthan.
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