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    Stacked paper kites at the kite bazaar which is doing a bustling trade for the Uttarayan Kite Festival.

    Appeared in the lead story in the Guardian Weekly on January 14, 2008 alongside an interview I did with renowned local kite-maker Salim Rasulbhai Patang-Wallah.

    BoazImages, steph.A, Ennnis, and 39 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. steph.A 76 months ago | reply

      Love it!!

      Seen in EN MASSE.

    2. Sam Foster 76 months ago | reply

      This photo would be a great fit at
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    3. sinretrovisor 76 months ago | reply

      ¡¡ Fascinante !!

    4. Egg Head ! 76 months ago | reply

      fascinating !!!

    5. Gunjan verma 76 months ago | reply

      love this..amazing!

    6. mohini :: 76 months ago | reply

      love it...i can almost run my fingers through them ;)

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    8. JC i Núria 76 months ago | reply

      Wow...great colours and composition!!

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    11. rushi patel 67 months ago | reply

      ohhhh sexi thats very rarely captured

    12. themoonmachine 36 months ago | reply


      Thank you so much for sharing this photo under Creative Commons! It was recently featured in a photo collection on Matador Network.

      You can view the article here:

      Thanks again,


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