Foodstall in Hampi Indian cuisine is very diverse. Beside classical restaurants there are also many street food stalls like this one where one can buy food fast and cheap.
Blue WagonAlexander Maxelon2019-08-15T19:18:30+02:00
Blue Wagon An Indian man pushes a still empty stall up the equally empty street.
India’s DiversityAlexander Maxelon2019-08-15T19:19:38+02:00
India’s Diversity One of my favourite pictures that I took during my three-month summer stay in India in June 2019. Photographed in a temple complex of the UNESCO World Heritage site Hampi, it represents much of what India stands for. One aspect: the colours and the diversity associated with them. Each of the oncoming [...]
Drinking MonkeyAlexander Maxelon2019-08-15T19:20:33+02:00
Drinking Monkey The hand wash basins in the Indian temple town of Hampi are not exclusively available for people. In the heat of the afternoon, a monkey uses the same as a water source while curiously looking for my camera.
Girl in RickshawAlexander Maxelon2019-08-15T19:22:04+02:00
Girl in Rickshaw The eyes give her and thus the picture its expressiveness. A girl looks out of a rickshaw in a small side street in the Indian city of Hampi.
Boy on StonebenchAlexander Maxelon2019-08-15T19:22:49+02:00
Boy on Stonebench A boy rests on a stone bench in Hampi, India.
Virupaksha TempleAlexander Maxelon2019-08-15T18:35:28+02:00
Virupaksha Temple What Athens is for Greece and Rome for Italy is in a sense Hampi for India. In the village north of Bangalore, one can explore countless old, mostly dilapidated temples scattered among the hills. Virupaksha Temple is one of the few that is still actively used today.