Join Andy at SXSW 2013 in Austin, Texas as he leads a session on How (and Why) To Travel Around The World on Tuesday, March 12th:
What: How (and Why) To Travel Around The World
When: Tue, March 12th, 12:30-1:30pm
Where: Austin Sheraton, 701 E 11th St, Austin, TX 78701
More Info: Here.
Note: SXSW Badge required to access….
The Statue of Liberty. Liberty Island. New York City, New York, USA.
Playing with the kids in Kamume Village, where I lived to learn to farm maize. Kamume Village, Zambia. Photographed January 21, 2008.
Welcome readers of The Daily Iowan and The World-Herald to Noboundaries.org. If this is your first time here, I’d like to welcome you and point you in a couple of directions.
We present the next in, a crowd favorite, our video series ‘What It’s Like’ (Raw, un-cut, unscripted videos showing you what it’s like). This video comes from my adventures on the streets of Varanasi, India, the holiest Hindu city in the world, a pilgrimage destination that houses one of the most eclectic collections of people in the world…including real snake charmers and poisonous cobras.
Name: Shikha Khanna
Hometown: New Delhi, India
Where she traveled: She’s traveled across India with camera in hand.
Where our paths last crossed: New Delhi, India
In past ‘Guest Traveler’ posts we’ve featured the writings of many (one of my favorite from Chen Luan in Shanghai), the videos of Davey Dance and the music of road warrior David Strackany (aka Paleo), now I’d like to share with you some guest travel photography from India.
Shikha and I met through a friend-of-a-friend-of-a-friend and our mutual interests in photography and creativity helped forge a quick friendship.
Below is a series of some of her amazing photos of street kids in India.