I met this man during my travels in India. I passed him as he was trying to tie a bit of string around one arm to make a bracelet. He was using his teeth but was struggling and so I offered my assistance. He seemed pleased by this and once the bracelet was done he offered me a handful of nuts in return. We ended up sat in front of each other communicating in this strange way for a little while. I was touched by the fact that we were able to connect through such a simple thing and despite the language barrier. Before I left I asked to take his portrait. This is the image I shot.
We have completed the Rickshaw Run! Thank you to everyone that has supported our journey so far! #themothertukkers
I asked this kind gentleman to sew the Indian flag onto my bag. Now I shall remember it forever.
Shooting with @mrbenbrown1 in India we got caught up in the local Ganesha festival. Go check out his stuff he’s a very talented fella.
I shot this after our Rickshaw had broken down on the side of the road. Whenever this happens it usually brings quite a crowd. This woman caught my attention.
I just got caught in a spontaneous street festival in Agra, India. My camera had a fantastic time.
Mum, dad… I’m never coming home.
The Taj Mahal through my the eye of my olliclip.
Roadside snap of the India countryside. #rickshawrun2013 #teammothertukkers
Driving through India with my best buddy in the whole world @maxcantellow in a old and battered Rickshaw. Please check out www.prizeo.com/JacksGap to find out more..