Great shot of your world as always!
People are out and about for so many different reasons...great shot!
Wonderful image, Magic Friend :)Namaste & Aloha from WaikikiComfort Spiral
lovely everday shot...
Another excellent slice of life shot from you.
This place surely looks very peaceful and away from the hustle-bustle!
une tres belle photo de la vie, j'aime beaucoup
Great shot.Sydney - City and Suburbs
i watched a show on TV last night featuring one of the island- province here [in the Philippines]. they have no water--people dug wells but they only get salty water. and like this man, people have to fetch water from just one well that is being shared by 90 families. imagine that!
go green .......;-)
nice post...thanks for sharing
nice picture....reminds us of how precious water is and how we take it for granted since it is still flowing out of our taps.
I like this kind of street photography...life as it is.
A classic shot of your world!
a contrasty world!
what a difficult way to get water!Great post!Léia
It reminds me to be grateful to may be global warming which has prevented our well from drying up this year.. so I have not carried water yet.
A simple slice of daily life.
Another wonderful image from Mumbai.
Looks very rural for a big city...
Once again you've reminded me of something we take for granted - easy access to good water. Although on our honeymoon at a lake in Northern Minnesota, we had no running water, and I had to trek some distance carrying a pail in order to bathe and clean dishes.
An unhurried morning.
It reminds me of Madhavaram in Chennai. I am from CHennai.
Thanks for sharing your world. Love pictures like this that show cultural diversity in different countries acrosee the globe.I guess it is also a tradition for certain countries like India to carry things on the head. It's so amazing how they can balance the heavy load on the head and still walk very stabily. I've once seen someone when I was a little kid carrying so many things on the head. I wonder how she did it but everything was so properly arranged from small to large and the height was incredibly long.
Did you watch Amazing Race in India? There are some beautiful buildings. But I don't like the attitude of the American contestants.