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India at 80 KPH

Call it an advantage or a disadvantage, but one of the unique aspects of Rajahstan by road is the things you see from your car seat. Needless to say, driving in India is like little else–you see thatched roof huts next to under-construction A/C shopping malls next to churches–all interspersed with patches of seemingly unarable land that, a half-hour down the road, you see wheat being grown on.

LOVING my Powershot 850 whatever camera for this, as it incredibly captured these images while we were zooming along. More of these at the flickr site and as I can get ’em up.

 

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About kengrobe

Both for work and for pleasure, I create. I'm a writer, a musician, a creative manager, a sketch comic, and a comics writer (don't get those last two twisted!). I've made rent with some or all of these. And for my next trick, I'm going to figure out which of them I want to do most.

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