Some more still life shots using my new light-tent and reflector combo, first demonstrated in “The Scent Bottle” that I posted a couple of weeks ago:
The subject is a little something we picked-up in a local craft shop in Pokhara on our trip to Nepal a few years ago. It is an ornamental metal and beadwork representation of Ganesh, the Hindu God. I believe that it is Tibetan in style, Nepal having a large immigrant population from that country.
For those of you that have read my “About” page, you will know that it was after this trip to Nepal that I really started to take photography more seriously.
Apologies for posting six fairly similar shots of this one subject….what can I say, the Ganesh Mask is one of my favourite travel souvenirs and brings back some very happy memories of a remarkable trip. One day I would like to return to this fascinating country…..one day!
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