Wanderlust: India

Every month I look forward to the behind the scenes photos from our catalog shoots. They allow me to live vicariously through our catalog team and provide a beautiful glimpse into the locations in which we shoot. As a follow up to our assistant catalog stylist’s experience in India, today I wanted to share some of the stunning behind the scenes images shot by Thomas Northcut. India, you are on my bucket list.

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Photos by Thomas Northcut.

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6 years ago

Im sooooo envious! Love it! wish there were more pics.

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TamarackAndKhus
6 years ago

Missing the morning fog and unruly monkeys and flower sellers! The beautiful rose pics remind me of buying bouquets of roses for fifty cents from kids by the metro stop…
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6 years ago

those photos are lovely :)
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aarabhi
6 years ago

Welcome to India! :D

6 years ago

AMAZING!! I’m ready to pack up and travel there!
Xx, Tiffany { http://www.sunshinedaydreamphotography.com }

6 years ago

Such a beautiful almost magical place. Perfect for free people!

Krystal | http://www.moorekrystal.wordpress.com

6 years ago

Amazing photos! Loving the henna!

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6 years ago

these photos are awesome. i would love to travel to india one day.

xoxo, Oleah
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suzy
6 years ago

i actually called my daughter indiah after travelling to this magical land. everyone must go and visit this amazing country who holds 1 billion people in relative peace. most cities arnt for the faint hearted though go with an open mind and heart and the wonder will leave you in awe.

6 years ago

Nice Photos!! May post it on tumblr? They are just so awesome =)

6 years ago

I just posted about my wanderlust for India over on my blog! Great minds think alike :)

xx,
Elizabeth
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6 years ago

Amazing photos
L x
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Priy
6 years ago

Suzy, you couldn’t have put it better! I miss my lovely homeland everyday.

6 years ago

I spent a summer in Kerala on the southern west coast near the Arabian sea a few years ago. So beautiful. I miss it every day & would go back in a heartbeat.

6 years ago

Wow, really beautiful pictures, love them! But don’t you think it is a little inappropriate to shoot short dresses in India? (just my opinion ;), still nice pictures and nice clothes!)

Rayna
6 years ago

Beautiful photos! I miss India so much, it’s gorgeous especially in the spring time. Also, Lisebeth it is perfectly acceptable to wear short dresses and/or other types of Western style clothing that may be inappropriate in other parts of the world. :)

6 years ago

I am amazed by your pictures every time. But this time your photos are beyond beautiful! The colors, the dust, nature, the people, the pureness, it is so inspiring. Looking at this is such a melancholic moment for me yet it make me smile. I’m glad I looked at this first thing in the morning, I will go and drink a nice cup of hot water with lemon and keep this feeling inside of me while I’m on my mat doing yoga. Thank you!

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2 years ago

Thanks for sharing your experience, the pictures are aaaaamazing, i love them …

My first trip to India I got captivated for the magic, even it can be a big challenge to get out of our western comfort zone, the trip to India can really shift your perception about the world and about yourself as human being. After the first trip where actually I met my fiance, We got so inspired that we wanted to help other people to live this experience. So, two years later we organize our first trip, which was an incredible adventure for our participants and for ourselves. Now, 2.018 we are organizing our second trip, 16 nights around the north of India. Please if anybody is interesting in joining us this year and experience the magic of the incredible India. please check our website, we did it with all our love, specially the video, I filmed and Chloe, my partner did the edition. Namaste _()_

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