Indian portraits (5): Old smoker

Portrait of an old and very wrinkled woman smoking a bidi, the typical Indian cigarette made of tobacco wrapped in a tendu leaf and tied with a thread at one end.
Darjeeling, West Bengal (India). September 2004.

Retrat d’una vella i molt arrugada dona fumant un bidi, el cigarret típic de l’Índia fet amb tabac embolicat en una fulla de tendu i lligat amb un fil en una punta.
Darjeeling,  West Bengal (Índia). Setembre 2004.

Retrato de una vieja y muy arrugada mujer fumando un bidi, el cigarrillo típico de India hecho con envuelto en una hoja de tendu y atado con un hilo en una punta.
Darjeeling, West Bengal (India). Septiembre 2004.


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About Dani Planas Labad

I´m a travel and documentary photographer based in Barcelona. On my journeys I always focus on local people, traditions, religions and other social aspects, as well as on landscapes and portraits. I have published in travel magazines and made several individual and collective exhibitions.
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