It goes without saying that this post (and all the ones involving my trip to India yet to come) is more than a little over-due, but sometimes life happens. The last few months have been beyond challenging both professionally and personally.
But at the end of last year I made a promise to myself to start saying “no” more often, without explaining myself. So far, so good. Slowly but surely I’m making my way through a few month’s backlog of photos and reliving my moments in India like they were yesterday.
This first round of photos is from my visit to Vatsalya Children’s Village with Anchal Project. To say that we hit the ground running on our first full day of the trip would be the biggest understatement. We made it our hotel rooms at the Delhi airport around 2 am after over 24 hours of traveling (I never want to fly again) and were up for breakfast within a few hours.
We loaded up the SUV, introduced ourselves to our driver, and climbed in for what was easily one of the longest rides of my life. You’ve honestly not experienced traffic until you’re weaving in out and of a mixture of livestock, pedestrians, and every manner of motorized vehicle.
Photos Taken and Edited Josh Johnson
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