Snapshot from India

2013, Travel

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admit that sometimes turning photos black and white is an easy way to elevate them to a higher level, but let’s be honest, who doesn’t like black and white photos! So what if it’s an easy way out! These photos are from the Aarti ceremony in Varanasi, India.