India: India Rises: An early morning train journey from Delhi Junction to Haridwar

I’ve published a book.

On the 3rd December, 2010 I caught the morning Haridwar Mail from Delhi Junction to Haridwar Station in northern India. I decided to go against what I thought I should be photographing in India – the usual portraits, auto rickshaws, the grime –  and shot what I felt about India at that moment. I tried to convey my feelings as best I could and produced a collection of photographs that I quite like.

So I’ve made a book and it’s available over on Blurb if you’re interested. I’ll be donating 30% of any profit made to the Saalam Baalak Trust, a charity that helps the street kids of Delhi.

More information here: Salaam Baalak Trust



写真集をBlurbにアップして、興味あるかたは是非ご覧ください。30%の利益をSaalam Baalak Trustに募金します。デリーのホームレスちび子たちをサポートのチャリティです。

詳細はこちら: Salaam Baalak Trust

Early morning at Delhi Junction Delhi Junction
Pulling away from Delhi Junction
A passenger on an adjacent train

Cycled since I was a kid, moved to Japan in 2001, bought my first 'serious' camera in 2005. Spent the later half of the 1990s travelling in Australia, Hong Kong, India, Nepal, Japan, and the Philippines and wish I'd photographed a lot more back then.

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