Indian Street Food

Indian street food is a snack of endless varieties, eaten on the run or on a date, while playing or playing hooky from school. It is served and sometimes entirely prepared on the street. It is eaten while standing, also on the street, usually within whiffing distance of the gutter.

  • Camera: M9 Digital Camera
  • Taken: 24 January, 2013
  • Focal length: 75mm
  • ISO: 160
  • Shutter speed: 1/360s

Rainer

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I am not a full time pro shooter, nor I am a aspiring or part time pros. Perhaps I fall into that category that the photo industry refers to as enthusiasts, some may say a consumer. I love to shoot photos and I am completely engrossed in the equipment, the techniques, the methods, the news and the general hoopla of photography. That`s pretty much why I have this blog, so that I can follow anything exciting happens in the world of photography. I claim no particular talent at photography, but it does something for me that you can just call shutter therapy. All these shutter therapy sessions give me a sense of joy and each time I shoot, I see things differently. I know, I`ve got a long way to get where I want to be regarding photography. Currently it`s still all trial and error...

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