Monthly Archives: October 2014

From Sound To Sight

(Mysore, India) We move from outside to in. From beneath a clear blue sky and a tree of bright green, to┬áthe dank dark, tea-stained interior of The Mysore Silk Factory. Built in 1912 by His Highness Sri Krishnaraja Wadiyar Bahadur, … Continue reading

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At First. And Then. (Two worlds colliding)

At first there is only the beggar in the road who sits on his haunches, staring vacantly and milky eyed through a cataract lens at the place where the road meets the curb, his nobbled hands cupped into a bowl … Continue reading

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