Poignant Photographic Books

I am sure you will remember the gorgeous photographs of holi celebrations by award winning photographer Palani Mohan that I had featured in my earlier post (For those who are new to my blog do check them out at ‘Holy Colours’). Today I am going to share a little about the amazing photographic books that he has published.

The first, Hong Kong Lives — an intimate portrait, is a black and white reportage-style look at daily life in Hong Kong after the handover to the Chinese rule.

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The second, Hidden Faces of India, is a collection of nine photographic essays covering the length and breadth of India telling stories that most of us wouldn’t have even heard of.

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The third and latest “Vanishing Giants – Elephants of Asia” is a collection of thought provoking images that narrate the heartfelt story of the love-hate relationship between humans and the Asian Elephants.

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Here are a few more amazing images from his latest book.

To enjoy more of his images click here.

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