Pruning the flower market

An evening scene at the traditional Jambagh flower market, which was initially¬†a part of the Moazzam Jahi Market, but shifted to the adjoining road. By default market places in India come with a lot of colours, vibrance textures, patterns and many a time chaos too. The empty baskets in the image perhaps indicate she had… Continue reading Pruning the flower market

The flower sellers

A different style in composition has been attempted here, a market scene on a regular day, the colours and elements balancing themselves nicely in the frame. The orange flowers are kanakaambaram in the regional language, also known as a firecracker flower, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crossandra All the images on this blog are protected by copyright. Please do not… Continue reading The flower sellers