INDIA: The Streets of Fort Khejarla – Part 1

Last week, I posted a story about Fort Khejarla.  I mentioned that the time spent there was some of the best fun of the journey through Rajasthan.  To continue that storyline . . .

We arrived in the late afternoon for a stopover on our way to Pushkar for the Camel Fair.  The small village surrounding the Fort where we stayed overnight was alive with activity.  After driving in to the Fort  – and seeing all the activity on the streets – we immediately headed out into the village.  There was so much going on that it literally took me an hour to walk the equivalent of a short city block through the village.  Once the sun went down, it was hard to force myself back to the hotel for dinner. . .  I was having so much fun.

The next morning, a few of us ventured back into the village for more before leaving for Pushkar.  These images were taken in those few short hours.   I hope you enjoy looking at them as much as I did making them.   Part 1 includes monotone images; part 2 (posted separately today) includes the color images.




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