A potter makes traditional unglazed clay tea cups.
I boarded the plane in New Delhi feeling exhilarated, exhausted, satisfied, energized--and just a tiny bit smug about having been one of the few members of our group who hadn't gotten sick. "Pride goeth before a fall," my Mom used to say and, in this case, she would have been right. Two hours into the flight between Delhi and Amsterdam, my body went awry, and I'm still working on getting back to normal.
So, while I rest and recuperate, I'll post pictures instead of words, recapping my trip from Delhi to Agra to Vrindavan to Jaipur and back to Delhi with some of the snapshots I took along the way. I'll begin with some beautiful faces.
Morning prayers at school in Vrindavan
Men on a truck wave hi.
Women watch the evening fire ritual at the Yamuna River in Vrindavan
A child in Rajasthan.
Women from a village in Alwar District, Rajasthan
A farmer displays his butter.
Elementary school student in class.
Causes Jill Jepson Supports
Humane Society of the United States, Defenders of Wildlife, Interational Society for the Protection of Burros and Mustangs, National Wildlife Federation,...