26.3.11

NOW THAT'S WHAT I CALL "COLOR-BLOCKING"


I'm not a religious person. There aren't strong traditions practiced by my family and my lineage is pretty diluted. Things like that never really get me down. . . until I see photos like these. Thanks, once again, to The Big Picture I get a glimpse of how other cultures celebrate. Every Spring Hindus honor Krishna with color. Lots of color. During "Holi" Hindus pray, dance, eat special food and douse each other with bright pigment.

11 comments:

Arlie said...

I was just pining pictures of Holi earlier. I've been in awe of the festival for years. On my to do list. One day!

DREAMY said...

these are incredible.

Corporate Wildflowers said...

I want to be there. cover me in color and throw me out in the streets. I'll smile the whole way home.

xo

Unfinished Impressions said...

this is one amazing holiday!! i know i hace to be part of it soon!! such a healthy and vibrant way to celebrate...
ps: i love your blog!!

Shani Galarza said...

Ahh-mazing!!!

xxS

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Fashion Agony said...

OMG, that's so incredible!

xoxo
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Bex said...

Amazing pictures, beautiful photography.

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caviardreams said...

these are profoundly gorgeous

Oracle Fox said...

oh my goodness, these pictures are just so beautiful and inspirational. I know what you mean, I wish there was more culture like this where I live, it must be an amazing feeling to celebrate something you believe in with this much joy! ps.I was just besotted by your beautiful piccies of paris Molly, and the detail in which you described the food and little eateries, mmm, made me want to go there so badly! xxxx mands

Wayfarer said...

These pictures are amazingly beautiful, so honest! Makes me want to sail far away, cover myself in paint and dance in the streets like a mad thing! Love :)

simplyolive said...

these pics are awesome!!