Northeastern India is home to a rich palette of culture, wildlife and color
Ibarionex R. Perello
Published December 1, 2006 Updated July 1, 2016
India’s enduring cultures, ancient architecture and stunning landscapes have drawn photographers since the infancy of photography more than 150 years ago. The vibrancy of color, the diversity of wildlife and the beauty of its people have held a special allure to those who not only enjoy traveling to distant locales, but who also hope to experience and make photographs of places whose history is measured not in hundreds, but thousands of years.
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