Monday, May 2, 2016

Landscape from Temple, Virat Nagar, Rajasthan, 2015

This weekend has been spent scanning the film from my l art trip to India. The recent film was dropped off to the lab in D.C. and the processed film from 2015 was picked up.

In this image we were visiting a temple near the three schools located in Virat Nagar, Rajasthan. This is the view from above, and is typical of the region. This is where my photography in India began, and where it continues to this day.

When the schools we had documented closed in 2010, we found the support to begin the rebuilding process. Now Nirvana Bodhisattva and his team at Nirvanavan Foundation have taken the lead and helped restore our initial three schools.

I look forward to more than just the three schools, and to restoring the faith these families had in us prior to the closure of the schools!

Note: This image was made with a Hasselblad 555 ELD/180 mm combination onto Kodak TMX film.

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