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tirsdag 30. november 2010

søndag 28. november 2010

Greater One-horned Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis)

We were out on an elephant safari in the jungle in Chitwan (Nepal) to discover the wildlife that live there. I must admit that I were so pleased that I were sitting high on an elephant when we met this rhino. But to shoot from the top here were a challenge. It were cramped and painful, and the elephant went with his rhythm, which were not as easy to follow. But I got shot a few pictures of the rhino.

Getting from A to Z

First of all, to be a driver in India, 
requires an alert head, 
strong heart and a little bit of luck

To get from A to Z, exist in many different varieties. 
You can use a camel

A car

An over filled truck

or a fancy trucks 

A car with LOTS of people, wonder how many there are in this car?

A well loaded bicycle

With a holy cow

or on an elephant

with horse and carriage

 or a taxi bike

Walking with a stick, or maybe a moped

 and relaxed on the top of the cart

And of course many other opportunities

lørdag 27. november 2010

The Play of Light in Agra

Alone with the magnificent,
Playful clouds high in the sky
The light swings her shiny dance
Rays oozes gorgeous colors
A joy this great wonders
This is balm for eyes and soul

torsdag 25. november 2010

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal, the eternally beautiful monument built by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his deceased wife Mumtaz Mahal. To date, the world have not seen a similar building! You've probably seen pictures, but nothing can compares with standing in front of this magnificent building in white marble, with its domes and intricate gemstone decorations.
Taj Mahal is in Agra, India. 

lørdag 20. november 2010


Monkey Kiss
Creepy Monkey Eyes

Monkey Mom
Chained Monkey

Safe in mother's embrace 

Curious Monkey Baby

fredag 12. november 2010


We drove an hour from Porkhara up in the mountains 
- a panorama unparalleled in front of us. 
From here we went for a 3 hour scenic trek down to Sarankot, 
Pokharas most famous panoramic point where you 
have views over large parts of the Himalayas.