31 Holy Cow in India

The cow is sacred in India; and woe betide the driver who doesn't swerve into a field to avoid them.

Cows are not penned into fields here, and in the smaller towns and villages they wander wherever they like.

An Indian woman, going about her daily life outside her house in Jaisalmer, doesn't notice the cows while she's busy sweeping the front step; nor me, it seems.

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I love the way this image tells a real India story. The cows are important but they are really framing the true subject of the image and draw your eye to the Indian woman. Very cool.
posted November 1st, 2017  
Ha, but the cows certainly noticed you :) Great composition & capture
posted November 1st, 2017  
Great composition for this great image.
posted November 1st, 2017  
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