Monthly Archives: March 2012

This is the second installment in the ongoing series on Panjim, the capital city of Goa. Note that I have chosen to leave what might be considered clutter – hanging wires and so on – in most images of this project in there as is.         All the earlier posts on Panjim […]

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This entry inaugurates a mini project that will be added to the Panjim Promenade file. In this series, I shall assemble images of the doors, windows, and walls of the old houses in Panjim. I like to think of them as windows to the city’s soul. Needless to add, none of the post-1961 rubbish makes […]

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This sequence was shot in Camurlim, a lovely village on the Chapora river in Goa‘s Bardez taluka. Anandibai Fadte (I later asked for her name) was so immersed in her chore that the first two images were taken unbeknown to her.       Before she left, I encouraged Anandibai to pose for a portrait. […]

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