“IN PHOTOS” is a series I will use to share many of the hundreds of photos I have taken during my travels. It is a series I have thought about for a while now, but did not want to start until I got back home from my trip. However after spending a week in Chefchaouen, Morocco I couldn’t wait any longer. “IN PHOTOS” will not have a set schedule like my “MUSIC MONDAY” or “PHOTO ROUND UP” series. “IN PHOTOS” will be a post with several photos with no limit. The only restriction this series will have is that it must be about a certain subject or theme. I will write a brief paragraph or sentence describing the subject or theme of the photos and then post the photos. I will not caption the photos like I do on my “PHOTO ROUND UP” with my thoughts. I want to use “IN PHOTOS” to share my photos and let you come up with your own thoughts about the images and hope you share them with me.
As I mentioned before I didn’t know what else was in India aside from the Taj Mahal, but when Val told me about the Sex Temples of Khajuharo I knew we must go. I mean really… Temples with carved humans having sex on them. How in the world can we miss them??? It’s like these temples were built just for us. After a 24 hour train ride from Jodhpur we arrived and easily found our guesthouse, but the both of us were not feeling well so decided to do nothing the 1st day there. The next day I was still feeling like crap, but excited to see the temples. Well after exploring all of the temples, I would like to show you some photos of the detailed work these people were able to carve. Even though I would love to share with y’all what I think of these images I’d rather not & just wait to see what y’all think in the comments below. I will say this though… Why can’t all temples have carvings like this on them?
Hope you enjoyed the photos & I hope you share your thoughts below.
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