Another street photography environmental portrait that was taken in the back lanes of Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India. As you can guess, the kids have no inhibitions about wanting to get into a photograph, so people can almost be queuing up to have their photo taken. Elsewhere you have to persuade folk to pose for their picture.
This is a part of a video pan shot of a street in Agra. The guy in the foreground just stood and stared into the camera. It’s difficult to determine whether his expression is disapproving or passive. Maybe that scowl comes naturally.
The peaceful scene here was taken in the Kagawa Prefecture on the Japanese Island of Shikoku. Across the Seto Inland Sea can be seen the Okayama Prefecture on the much larger Honshu Island, the Japanese mainland. We have made four visits to Japan, staying with our good friends Damian and Utako in Takamatsu. Close to this point is the Great Seto Bridge that joins the two islands by a 13.1 Km double deck bridge, the longest of its type in the world.
In May I visited the Scottish Highlands and the weather was superb.
Here are three views as we took the train from Inverness through spectacular scenery to the remote and wonderful Kyle of Lochalsh on the West coast. These pictures, taken through the train window, show some views along Loch Carron.