When I see a bikes, I usually take a picture of them. I’m not sure why, I just do, I like bikes. In the first photo, I saw these bikes happened to be leaning on a really nice green wall, next to a really cool looking guy wearing a green shirt. I asked him if I could take his photo, he graciously answered with a smile, nod and then touched his hand to his heart. I hope this photo does justice to his kind gesture.
There are amazing doors and windows wherever you look in Rajasthan. I loved this green door behind the blue arches.
This photo is pretty funny. The man holding the baby was responsible for this group portrait. He has a little shop that appeared to be a incense packaging shop. He was busy packaging when he saw me taking photos (of a bike or a door would be a good guess). He wrangled up all his kids, and maybe his extended family’s kids for a photo. All the kids were playing some kind of imaginary laser tag with one gun, seen pointed directly at you/me in this photo. What I find funny about this is the only people smiling are the man, the baby and the kid with the gun. Either they weren’t happy taking a break from the game, or they know something I don’t.
Another gentleman with a green shirt. This is his shop/newsstand. After agreeing to have his photo taken, he grabbed a paper and began reading. So I guess this is a posed shot to look not-so-posed.