Sunday: Australia time. Couldn’t wait till it was Sunday in India to post this week’s SSS.
Had to go to rural Shahpur (some 60 kms and more from Bombay) for work this week. I kept spotting shadows at every turn, but really had to rein myself in. Could not afford to be spotted going berserk with the camera in the villages 🙂
Even as we sat, this clean, cow-dung swept floor was busy inviting these sunny shadows into the house. Village: Ghegaon
These poppadoms drying in the sun are part of the enterprising local women’s group effort to make a little money on the side. Its packaged and sold later in the nearby markets; the money is pooled back into their savings group. Village: Ghegaon
Once the rain arrives, sometime in late June, this wooden roof frame will see clay tiles. Until then, it serves as the cloth dryer for this family in village Vithalgaon
A once-colourful basket stood on a stack of firewood, under the midday sun, with just a wooden beam casting a narrow shade.
For more shadow shots from around the world, check out Harriet’s blog. Click on the Mr. Linky icon at the end of her post for links to all entries this week.