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
How else would you expect an Indian flower market to be on the eve of a festival? Bright oranges and yellows all the way! More info about the festival can be read here. All the images on this blog are protected by copyright. Please do not copy, blog or repost in ANY way. If you… Continue reading Orange blast!
Flowers at wholesale prices at Gudimalkapur market. The semblance to the stocking method (almost as if they were storing grains and not roses) was what warranted a click. All the images on this blog are protected by copyright. Please do not copy, blog or repost in ANY way. If you wish to use them please… Continue reading 55FM(5)
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