The daylight photos are from the car journey to Whistling Woods International Film School in the morning, and the night photos are from the journey home, where an ISO of 6400 was used.  It was good to see how my camera performed in such conditions, and I’m fairly pleased with the results.

Day 2 photos are below…

My favourite photo taken today, although it was heartbreaking taking it.  We had stopped at traffic lights and this is taken through the window as she approached the car.

My favourite photo taken today, although it was heartbreaking taking it.  We had stopped at traffic lights and this was taken through the window as she approached the car.

Another favourite of mine taken today; this guy was stood in the middle of a busy road, trying to dodge the fast moving traffic.

Another favourite of mine taken today; this guy was stood in the middle of a busy road, trying to dodge the fast moving traffic.

It was heartbreaking seeing children begging for food

It was heartbreaking seeing children begging for food

Street life after dark…

Barbers shop

Barbers shop

Selling decorations for Diwali

Selling decorations for Diwali

Every shop and street was decorated for Diwali!

Every shop and street was decorated for Diwali!

Sari shop

Sari shop

Street seller

Street seller – they sold everything from flowers to feather dusters!

Shops stayed open late; most of them until midnight!

Shops stayed open late; most of them until midnight!

Some people were happy to pose when they saw the camera…

People use horns instead of indicators!

People use horns instead of indicators!

Auto Rickshaw fare meter

Auto Rickshaw fare meter – the price always went up when tourists got in!

Traffic signal - I liked the blue background!

Traffic signal – I liked the blue background!

I was amazed at how many people they could fit on a bike, and the oversized things they carried!!

I was amazed at how many people they could fit on a bike, and the oversized things they carried!!

Making Diwali flower garlands - cars and houses were decorated with these

Making Diwali flower garlands – cars and houses were decorated with these.

Diwali decorations

Diwali decorations

"Horn please"  Horns were constantly being honked!

“Horn please” Horns were constantly being honked!

Selling shoes

Selling shoes

We got excited every time we saw a monkey, however, it is quite normal for the locals to see monkey's hanging out in the trees!

We got excited every time we saw a monkey, however, it is quite normal for the locals to see monkey’s hanging out in the trees!

Travelling light??!!

Travelling light??!!

Selling flower garlands at the Toll Booth

Selling flower garlands at the Toll Booth

Bright coloured wagon

Bright coloured wagon – the majority of them were painted like this

I couldn't believe what they carried on their heads?!

I couldn’t believe what they carried on their heads?!

That is all for day 2, thoughts comments and feedback welcome and appreciated as always.  x

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