Lumen Dei: Kumbh Mela Day 3

Lumen Dei: Kumbh Mela Day 3

A woman resting at the Qtub Minar.

Well, it has been really frustrating trying to post just a few words and a fewer  images. The net at the hotel we are staying at is almost non-existent. It has taken me two days of fighting with the net to post just three images. At the moment the broadband is actually a working for once, so I am hoping to post this before it go down again. So I will be brief.

Yesterday seemed to be about color. We had a wounderful day of shooting at the Qtub Minar and Nizamuddin Shrine today. The team is a fun mix of personalities. Today we visit Old Delhi in the morning and then in the evening take an overnight train to Varanasi. Here are a few sample shot from today’s outing.

OK – that is the day in brief. Now lets see if there is a working internet connection. Remember, you can click on the images to view them larger.

Living under the strict rules of purdah, but still wanting her photo made, this women in green poses for me at the Nizamuddin Shrine.

Shopkeepers sell items for worship along the alleyways leading into the Nizamuddin Shrine.

A Muslim man stands proudly as a woman look into the Allah-u-din mosque.

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Matt Brandon

Matt is a Malaysia based humanitarian and travel photographer. Well known as a photographer and international workshop instructor, Matt’s images have been used by business and organizations around the globe. Matt also on the design board for Think Tank Photo, a camera bag manufacturer. In 2013 Matt founded the On Field Media Project to train the staff of non-profits to use appropriate technology to produce timely as well as quality images.

7 Comments

  1. Mark

    All so gorgeous.

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  2. johnbatdorffii

    Wonderful images. Matt, I'm curious…are all these images shot with just available light?

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  3. Sarah

    Hi Matt
    I am LOVING your blog and the photos. Wanted to go on this tour but am with you in spirit! Have a fantastic time and keep up the downloads (even with the slow internet :))

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  4. heimana

    Hi Matt!
    Almost can smell India through your images!!! Hope you're enjoying and besides internet connections problems, all is going well!
    Take care!

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  5. Karl Grobl

    Hi Matt,
    I'm just back from Cambodia and finally able to log on to follow your Kumbh Mela trip images and share you and your group's experiences. Thanks for putting in the extra effort it's taking to post from places where the internet is often times, less than cooperative. Hang in there, I am sure I speak for many of your blog followers when I say “we sympathize with you and appreciate your extra efforts”. Oh, please tell Gavin that I am sorry we didn't get the chance to hook up last month in Thailand. I'll buy him that beer next time, .perhaps in September.
    Matt, your images from day 1-2 and 3 in Delhi are fantastic, keep up the great work.
    Cheers, Karl

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  6. Peter Pham

    Great images Matt. Excellent colors, compositions and of course your usage of depth of field really bring out the subject and strong visual impact. Have a good time and am hope to join your tour in the future.

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  7. Heber Vega

    Great Matt,

    Wonderful work… I hope one day I can come and join your tours.
    We miss you here in Iraq.

    Thank you for trying to share this with all of us.
    Heber

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