Hello! My name is Juno. Happy to meet you here! I was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea, and I set off for the wider world to pursue my passion for travel and storytelling. I traveled and worked on the road full time since 2011 as a travel blogger and photographer. It's my mission to deliver travel inspirations and ways to find happiness. Read more about me and Runaway Juno here.
27 thoughts on “Runaway Photo: People of India – Part II”
I love these photos. So powerful!
Thanks Tammy! As much as India gave me hard times, I had fun photographing the country.
Great shots. I love how up close and personal you get with your photos. It really catches their details perfectly. I’m still a little nervous about getting peoples pictures like that.
Thanks. I’m going to make a blog post about how to get portraits (in India, maybe). 🙂
More great portraits! I like how most of the people don’t smile during a photograph.
I wanted to get them smiling… but failed. But I like the subtle smile on the edge of their face.
WOW!!!!! These are the best pics I’ve ever seen of yours, beyond amzing!
Love the one with the man playing the flute and the one with a man smoking opium!
Thanks! Rajasthani men were quite photogenic.
Beautiful work Juno! Love them.
Thanks Lola! Appreciate it. 🙂
Loved the photos, was it easy getting them to pose for the photos and still look relatively natural?
Love the shot of the Rajasthani fellow playing the flute, great capture. Some of your best photos I’ve seen Juno, well done.
Thanks Pete! India was gruesome, but definitely gave me a chance to photograph some amazing people.
I agree, these are the best shots I have seen from you! haha…I keep reading that India was tough for you huh?
Yeah, India was rough. But in a photography-wise, it was one of the best places.
Wow, Juno! Those first two photos are two of the best you’ve ever taken! Clearly India was a wonderful creative challenge for you x
Thanks Alex. 🙂 I loved all the photos I took in India. Now I think if if, I should do something more but I’m happy with what I got now.
Absolutely beautiful portraits Juno! Gorgeous – and so open and intimate! I love that you threw a random camel shot into the mix as well!
Thanks Mary! It’s my new passion as a photographer; taking portraits. India was such a great place to do so.
Absolutely loved your shots..all of them! Especially the camel 🙂
Real Picture of Incredible india .. Nice eyes of girl short is best of them..
I have just started reading Shantaram. Between that, and the pictures, a trip to India is becoming a dream!
India is one of a kind place. It’s tough to travel (in some sense) but there are some amazing things to see!
This is great collection of amazing pics. I like it.
Thanks for sharing and uploading nice pics about indian people and indian activity.