I was loitering in Korgaon one evening, taking in the languid rhythms of this rural corner of Goa, when I first spotted Ganulo ambling along on the village street. I trailed him firing off several frames without his knowledge before striking up an acquaintance. Ganulo is the nickname of Ghanashyam Dhond, a lifelong denizen of Korgaon. This nonagenarian belongs to both a time and a type that are now on the way out.
A few weeks later I was again in Korgaon and there he was, hunched over in the temple verandah.