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I’m pursuing the India theme again as promotion starts in earnest for my exciting and unique photo tour to Assam in northeastern India, planned for April 2016. The itinerary, planned in cooperation with the very reputable Intrepid adventure travel operator, features the following highlights:
- the vibrant Bihu festival celebrations
- the hidden side of Dibrugarh’s temples
- meeting the residents of the world’s largest river island, Majuli
- capturing images of colourful local tribes
- seeking the one-horned rhinoceros in Kaziranga National Park
- sunrise from river boats in Nameri National Park
Although I have traveled extensively through India, from north to south and east to west, I have only visited Assam briefly, so this trip excites me as much as it should excite anyone who loves combining their passions of travel and photography.
In this issue of Six Picks, I’m showing six images from a single village in Assam’s neighbouring state of Bihar, which I have visited several times. Visual surprises abound in India, and many of them are found in scenes of every day life. I hope these pictures demonstrate what I mean and whet your appetite for the photo trip of a lifetime.
Click here for contact details and more information about Bird’s Eye Tour to Assam.
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