More Out of the Ordinary

This is a continuation of the series Out of the Ordinary, featuring black-and-white photographs of ordinary or mundane sights in and around the city of Jaipur, India, taken between 2006 and 2010. These images are available as affordable limited edition prints on archival paper (Edition: 24). Print sizes: 20×15 or 16×12 inches.

Silhouette of Langurs – male, female and baby – sitting symmetrically on a rooftop railing

Langur family on a Kishanpole Bazaar rooftop, at dusk

Artistic photograph of silhouette of about 2 dozen House Sparrows on a large, flower-shaped bush, in front of rising fountain water

Sparrow fountain! (near Choti Chaupar in the walled city)

Black and white photograph of a pair of pigeons in an arched ventilator, on an old, textured stone wall

Pigeons in their cosy home, in an alley near Hawa Mahal

A composition of intricate silhouettes of thin-leaved trees and a fence

Evening silhouettes at Central Park

Kites – whole and torn – stuck on curvy leafless tree branches

Kites stuck on a leafless tree in the walled city

Silhouette of many pigeons roosting on wires around a roof top mobile phone tower base

Pigeons on a rooftop at Prithviraj Road, in the evening

Artistic, black and white photograph of roots clinging to electrical pipes on an old wall with exposed stones and heavy texture

Roots on an old wall in a narrow Pink City lane

Low angle photograph of a group of parked, empty cycle rickshaws used for ferrying goods

Parked cycle rickshaws at Aatish Market

Abstract image of many wires criss-crossing adjacent to buildings on the sides and in front of ramparts of Nahargarh fort

Cross-crossing above a street leading to Nahargarh fort

A white cot resting in the shade, against an old, heavily textured wall

Cot against an old wall near Kalki Temple

An old electricity pole covered with vines and creepers

An unused but used electricity pole in Bapu Nagar

Urban landscape photograph of many kites in the air above city dwellings, on a misty, overcast day

Kite-filled sky on a cold and misty Makar Sankranti day (January 14)

Silhouette of a langur family – male, female and child – sitting on top of a step-like steep wall

Langur family in the walled city, at dusk

The sun, in-between the skeletal silhouette of a rooftop billboard, adjacent to an electricity pole

The setting sun, as seen through the frame of a billboard near Chomu House circle

Three types of walls from the historic Pink City, together in an angular, geometrical composition

Walls, old and new, at Bapu Bazaar

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