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Sid Das

Sid Das



A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single click. My name is Sid Das aka Sidpicky and I suffer from the 'wandering feet' syndrome. These are photos from my travels. Hope you enjoy them and if you really appreciate my work, go ahead and buy a print. Follow me on twitter @sidpicky and visit my website
  • Canon 550D/Canon Rebel T2i
  • Canon G12
  • Canon EFS 15-85mm
  • Canon EFS 70-200mm
  • Canon EFS 18-55mm

Visit to a traditional Māori Village in Rotorua...

Published March 23rd, 2012

The Māori are the native or indigenous Polynesian people of New Zealand and they possess a unique culture with their own language, a rich mythology and distinctive crafts and performing arts. I took a trip inside a traditional Māori village and came out of it spell bound. The village had hot springs, mud pools, geo thermal geysers and fantastic people.

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The mystery of Taj Mahal under a blanket of fog

Published March 11th, 2012

In November 2011, two weary travellers travelled half way around the world to visit the Taj Mahal in Agra, India and were greeted by the first fog of the winter. The fog added an extra layer of mystery to the magical structure

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