Streets Of India…

Going to the land of A LOT of people, and by a lot I mean over 1.3 billion, you’re going to see some incredible street action.

Since we landed in Delhi at about 5 or so in the morning, our first encounter with traffic was actually a pretty pleasant affair. I had prearranged transportation for us from the airport to take out any struggle of finding a ride once we landed. (If you are planning your first trip to India, or to any unfamiliar country for that matter, I highly suggest you do the same…)

It was an easy 40 minute trip to the hotel and once we unpacked, it was time to explore!

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If you arrive during the day, get ready to see some street action… but it’s that first outing after the sun goes down that really gets your adrenaline working. (We will get to that in just a bit…)

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And then we went to town…

What do you do while you have 5 free days in New Delhi?

You go see the sights is what you do!

After a (somewhat good) goodnight’s sleep and just enough breakfast to fill our bellies, we were off.

First stop, the India Gate of course…

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After being dropped off by our Uber driver, we had the daunting task to try to cross the street… no small feat to anyone who knows what Delhi traffic is really like.

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India’s magic…

Picture in your mind two ladders.

Both the same, about 20 feet high.

Now one has 20 rungs to get up to the top, the other only 2.

The first ladder being very easy to climb all the way to the top, while the second would be impossible.

This is the way I would describe life in India…

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Why do we travel?

Is that even a question? Or better yet… is there even an answer?

The world is a big place….

Big.

How big? Sure, we can measure the distance in miles, the oceans and continents can be counted with ease and with a steady mind you could even name off quite a few countries.

But what about everything in the in-between?

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In need of technical help!

Alright travel photography friends…

I am looking to replace my current camera which is a Canon 70D.

I love the camera, but it is quite heavy for what I am using it for. I am weighing my options as far as a smaller more compact camera. Mirrorless? Who has used these? Do you like them?

My main focus is being able to travel with less bulk but yet still have the ability for amazing pictures. Fast focus, image stability etc… all the good stuff!

Any and all thought on this will be much appreciated and I look forward to hearing what you have for me!

Thanks in advance!