They knew I was right behind, with a camera pointing at them. I felt their discomfort, and it played to my hesitation. I’m not good at photographing people, I know it. This lack of confidence compounded the growing urge to replace the lens cap, protect it from that frequent spray of salt-laden water, and let the camera hang across my body, as it often does. One picture and I let the camera at ease. These are the moments in which experiences with a place begin, or even a fract
It’s been a while since I wrote on these pages. Let’s just say another move is still under way and RoadsWellTraveled patiently waiting for its conclusion.
In the meantime, however, I have been on the road. I’ve spent the last months shuttling between Berlin, Seattle, San Francisco, Delhi and Bangalore. The past ten days though have been the most satiating to this wanderlust-stricken soul. I accompanied my 90+ year old grandfather from Bangalore to Delhi, but then ventured fu