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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Street Photography from Tawang

The streets of Tawang offer so much to the street photographer. There is colour, there is variety and then there is the oomph factor.


I am your standard travel photographer and hence couldn’t do much justice to the street photography per se, but I am sure that the true street photographer would have loved this experience.


Most of Tawang city and the district is made up of people from the Monpa tribe. Their culture, dressing sense, their physical attributes and their lively, yet calm demeanour offers so much to the traveller. It is such a joyous experience just to be a part of their culture.


In this case, I spotted these Monpa tribal women, who were decked in traditional colours and attire and sported interesting head gear. It looked like they had just picked up their kids from school and were heading back home.



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