Panasonic DMC-LX5 compact camera
Taken 6th Dec 2011 while on a rickshaw.
Best viewed large.
Street scene at Old Delhi.
From the net:
Shahjahanabad (Old Delhi)
Still surrounded by crumbling city walls and three surviving gates, the vibrant, bustling Shahjahanabad, built over a period of 10 years by Emperor Shah Jahan, is very much a separate city — predominantly a labyrinth of tiny lanes crowded with rickshaws, and lined with 17th-century havelis (Indian mansions), their balustrades broken and once-ornate facades defaced with rusted signs and sprouting satellite dishes. Old Delhi is inhabited by a predominantly Muslim population whose lives revolve around work and the local mosque, much as it was a century ago.
The world as we see it or missed it 20th Dec 2011
All Street Portraiture 6th Jan 2012