Pondicherry encore…

 

Following yesterday’s entry with the tearsheet from the Monocle assignment, I thought I’d show some images that I was pleased with but didn’t make the final edit.

Funnily enough, I’d just shot and written another piece about French involvement in India… hundreds of miles away – a strange coïncidence. More on that when it’s published later in the year…

 

 

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India – Pondicherry – Children play on the Gandhi statue along the Promenade

 

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India – Pondicherry – A woman and her two daughters in school uniform cross a Colonial street

 

 

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India – Pondicherry – A couple in the Botanical Gardens

 

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India – Pondicherry – A building worker asleep on a break inside the derelict Hotel du Ville that has been saved from demolition by INTACH (Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage)

 

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India – Pondicherry – A French expatriate limbers up just after dawn along the Promenade

 

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India – Pondicherry – Sister Marie Stella at the Embroidery Private House, a Catholic mission that looks after underprivileged women by have them sew exquisite linens

 

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India – Pondicherry – Mr Thrukumaran, a researcher studies ancient palm leaf manuscripts in the library of the Department of Indology at the French Institute

 

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India – Pondicherry – Geraldine Humeaun, manager at the Cafe Maison Rose

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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