Tag Archives: India

Peartree India Wedding

What an amazing 3 days of colours, culture, cheilidh and curries! Thursday night was Mehendi Ki Raat where the guests come together at the bride’s parents house to celebrate the application of Henna to the bride’s hands and feet.  Many of the other women sat with her on the ground in the same room and […]

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Tomorrow DJ and Kripa’s wedding will be featuring on another renowned International Wedding Website – Wedding Nouveau. This is the wedding photography I went to do in Manali, Northern India (Himalaya country!) in June 09. Feel free to have a look at their take on our work.

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Himalayas_Mountain_Photography

I am privileged to announce that the acclaimed Maharani Weddings website, that exclusively covers high flying Indian weddings in the US, is featuring DJ & Kripa’s wedding today and tomorrow.  I did the couple’s wedding in the beautiful gateway to the Himalayas town of Manali in Himachal Paradesh Province, India on 20 June 2009.  It […]

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I’ve been having a great time off after the wedding. For once I am not missioning everywhere and just do whatever the day brings me. Yesterday has been an amazing adventure though. I took a vehicle up to Rohtang Pass, arguably the second highest road in the world at 3978m. At a point we got […]

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Safely here after starting my travels at 0400 on Sunday morning. Everything went well. Delhi is the overcrowded oven I expected, but I enjoyed the sites, people and rickshaws. Manali is more than expected though. The bustling town nestled between snowy mountains in a too soon soaking wet Monsoon afternoon here caught me by surprise […]

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Photography_India

Although every wedding is special, you will understand why a wedding in the Indian Himalayas feels like a dream come true.  Talk about Natural Environments … yes,  a Perfect Peartree Photography location! Donald John (Scottish lad) and Kripa (Indian gal) ties the knot on 20 June in Manali, Vyas Valley and have asked me to […]

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