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NYC-52

What a trip! After we spent a fantastic week in Las Vegas attending WPPI with so much fun, inspiration and so many wonderful people, we were off to NYC to spend another week in one of the greatest cities in the world.

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Krithika & Manoj-32

What an awesome day we spent with this gorgeous couple Krithika and Manoj.

Krithika and Manoj have been living and working in Stuttgart for almost 2 years now. They love Germany but they also love traveling around Europe. Unfortunately they are returning to India soon, so we took the chance and met up for a shoot in Stuttgart, so they will have some memories of the city once they are back home. In addition to that, their anniversary is coming up in a couple of weeks as well.

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Nepal-62

Our last vacation in India and Nepal seems to be ages ago, but it was only in November, when we spent an awesome weekend with some of the nicest people and friends in Kathmandu. Although we have already shown you some of our pics on film, we would also like to show you some digital images as well.

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Nepal Film-5

For our trip to India and Nepal we did not only take our digital camera with us, but also our analog one as we wanted to try out shooting on film (35mm) as well. So before showing you our “digital” Kathmandu pics, we would like to show you some of our results on film.

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India Titel-1

Today we would like to show you a few images of our trip to India (we will show you the Nepal pics in a separate blog post). The main reason for this trip was the wedding of our friend and colleague Vasanth and his gorgeous wife Sivaranjani.
We started our trip in Mahabalipuram (after arriving in Chennai) and spent two days there including a day trip to Pondicherry. After that, we were off to Madurai, where the wedding took place.

We were really excited to see a real traditional, indian wedding with all its colors and we even got the chance to dress in the same indian clothing as everybody else. The family and friends of both sides were so nice and treated us so well, just like family. They explained and showed us all about their traditions and rituals.

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