In their natural habitat.
Portraits of Goan women collected over 15 years of flâneuring are presented in two parts. The second segment will be posted in a day or two. (Part 2 is here.) Where the name of the lady was recorded it is cited.
The Faces of Goa collection.
Field work – in Anjuna (Bardez)
5D Mark III, 70-200L f/2.8 IS II
Forest girl Surang Velip – in Khola (Canacona)
5DS, 100-400L IS II
Waiting – in Parshem (Pernem)
5D Mark II, 24-105L
Farm girl – in Nundem (Sanguem)
Flower girl – in Banastarim (Tiswadi)
Kamlavati Rocha – in tidal flats of Siridona (Tiswadi)
5D Mark III, Zeiss ZE 50 f/2 MP
Valleny Ribeiro – in St. Estevem (Tiswadi)
5D Mark III, 24-105L
Being myself a woman, i feel so much attachment for these village women. Thank you sir… I watched each of them not as objects in the photography, but as real life women just stood in front of you once. Graceful! Your photographs of Goan village life may survive as a strong proof against the heavy winds of senseless development.
The profound Goa, captured in these few photos. Am looking forward to the next post! Thank you, Rajan-Bab
Captivating! Thank you, Rajan-Bab
An inside look at the women who tend the fields, plant the food they eat and provide a work ethic to their peoples and humanity! Many Countries can learn from them!