Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

I spent some time riding the rails of India recently.  As a photographer, it is a great place to be; the crush of humanity just waiting to be captured.

Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole
Photo credit: Sreejit Poole

 

Where do you go when you’re looking for inspiration?

11 thoughts on “Life on the Tracks

  1. I still remember my first trip to Mumbai and seeing people living next to or even between the railroad tracks. Was so shocking to me.

    1. Yes I love Mother Nature . I am constantly stopping and seeing this and that and my family look at me like I am crazy but I feel sad they don’t see what I do. Perhaps my boys might when they are older x

  2. Great pictures! I go outside for inspiration, I get it while I’m at the busiest airport (O’Hare – Chicago IL), and I get it when I see the patterns of life. Patterns is one of my favorite types of pictures.

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