Some beautiful moments in the drying phase of a salt water lake in Rajasthan, India, photographed on a winter evening. Some of these photographs were displayed in the photography group show Aperture & Identity, held at Bougainvillaea art gallery, Udaipur, India, in January 2010 (see Shows page for details).

This series consists of 18 unique images, available as limited edition prints on archival paper (Edition: 12). Print sizes: 30×20 inches or 22×16 inches or 16×12 inches.

Fine art photograph of cracks and textures on the bed of a salt water lake in Rajasthan, India

Fine art photograph of cracks and textures on the bed of a salt water lake in Rajasthan, India

Close-up photograph of cracks on the bed of a salt water lake in Rajasthan, India

Fine art photograph of cracks, textures and forms on the bed of a salt water lake in Rajasthan, India

Fine art photograph of cracks and textures on the bed of a salt water lake in Rajasthan, India

Fine art photograph of cracks, textures and dried up vegetation on the bed of a salt water lake in Rajasthan, India

Fine art photograph of bird footprints, cracks and textures on the bed of a salt water lake in Rajasthan, India

Fine art photograph of cracks and a puddle on the bed of a salt water lake in Rajasthan, India

Fine art photograph of cracks on the bed of a salt water lake in Rajasthan, India

Fine art photograph of cracks on the bed of a salt water lake in Rajasthan, India

Fine art photograph of cracks and textures on the bed of a salt water lake in Rajasthan, India

Close-up photograph of cracks and textures on the bed of a salt water lake in Rajasthan, India

Fine art photograph of cracks on the bed of a salt water lake in Rajasthan, India

Fine art photograph of bird footprints and cracks on the dry bed of a salt water lake in Rajasthan, India

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2 comments
  1. mani said:

    Once again, an awesome series Mayank! I like the last pic particularly: tiny bird-feet walking to the waterhole: to me this says everything about human existence.

  2. Mayank said:

    Thank you for your kind comment 🙂

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