Incredible India

Namaste!

I love that feeling when you’re about to step off the plane onto unfamiliar territory. There is a cocktail mix of nervousness and excitement at the same time but there is a strong desire to just explore, share knowledge and to experience life you’ve only seen and heard about on tv or magazines. It’s an addicting feeling and a friend once said to me “Now you’ve got the travel bug” when I first traveled outside of the united states. I definitely caught that bug.

You can do all the research and ask for guidance from friends who have traveled to India or any other country but nothing can really prepare you for the experiences that this country will throw at you. You just have to jump into it directly, soak it all in and go with the flow of life. It was photographers paradise with so many choices of subjects, landscapes and archaic architectures.

We were very fortunate to explore a couple of states in the Thar desert of Rajasthan located in the Northwest of India. We traveled by plane, train, and hired driver between the states of Delhi, Varanasi, Agra, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Udaipar and Pushkar.

These photos are just a preview of what my girlfriend and I experienced during our 2 1/2 weeks traveling in India. We barely scratched the surface of exploring this amazing country but it was enough to get a glimpse of daily life in this beautiful and exotic country.


  • John Williams - These are incredible Alex Rapada! <3ReplyCancel

  • Juano Oliveros - Great, great set Alex…..ReplyCancel

  • Mark Sawyer - Ah to stand on the ground where Krishna walked…You are a blessed and talented person my friend..Hare Krishna Hare Krishna.ReplyCancel

  • Corey Bell - Beautiful set!! Your b&w conversions are amazing. The kids in the alley and the person with the birds are favorites for me. Next trip??ReplyCancel

  • Roger Ellsworth - so solid.ReplyCancel

  • Tisa Surquia - yaa alex! looks like slum dog millionaire. I think u really captured everyday living. it is such a blessing to visit far way places.ReplyCancel

  • Angel Colmenares - Amazing images! really well done.ReplyCancel

  • Preeti Sharma - Wow Ivy, wt an amazing job he has done capturing these amazing movements. It is awesomeReplyCancel

  • jeffrey k. edwards - Alex – You were incredibly productive during your visit to India! The spectrum of images you were able to capture is remarkable. Your vision and sense of connection with the people you met is really spectacular. As you know, few people have the unique ability to have both!

    I am curious, what do you choose to shoot with when traveling – nikon, cannon or fuji? And what is your go to lens, most of the time? I shoot both nikon and fuji at the moment, but when traveling, leaning more and more towards the fuji.

    Cheers from Nairobi ~ JeffReplyCancel

    • alexrapada - Thank you!ReplyCancel

    • alexrapada - I shot these photos from india with a Canon 5d mark3 and my main go to lens was the 35mm f1.4ReplyCancel

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  • Benj Haisch - OH MY GOSH. These are some of the most amazing images from India I’ve ever seen. Now I HAVE to go back ASAP.ReplyCancel

    • alexrapada - Thank you Benj!! I was highly inspired by your trip to india!ReplyCancel

  • Sachin Khona - Thoroughly enjoyed looking through these. Awesome work Alex.ReplyCancel

  • Alex Rapada - Thank you : )ReplyCancel

  • Alex Rapada - Thank you so much! Next trip possibly somewhere in or near europe
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  • Alex Rapada - Thank you Mark!
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  • Alex Rapada - Thanks Rog!!ReplyCancel

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