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Old February 15th, 2010, 08:09 AM
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Kids Playing in the Ghaggar River Bed (India)
One of the 16 images in my series on “Kids Playing in the Ghaggar River Bed” (India)
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Old February 15th, 2010, 11:02 AM
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Kids Playing in the Ghaggar River Bed (India)
One of the 16 images in my series on “Kids Playing in the Ghaggar River Bed” (India)
posted on 15th February, 2010.
Thanks for viewing.
Best wishes.

Arun Gaur
http://tripolia-indianlandscapeimages.com

Arun,



This is an excellent subject. I'd love to see more of the series and hopefully larger, if that's possible. Can we have pictures of the river bed too? That way we can get context. I wonder where the plastic trucks were made?

Thanks so much for sharing,

Asher
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Old February 19th, 2010, 01:13 AM
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Arun,



This is an excellent subject. I'd love to see more of the series and hopefully larger, if that's possible. Can we have pictures of the river bed too? That way we can get context. I wonder where the plastic trucks were made?

Thanks so much for sharing,

Asher
Thanks Asher.
While I do not know where those plastic trucks were made (I would try to know by going there again) here are some of the more pictures from the series:

Arun Gaur
http://tripolia-indianlandscapeimages.com





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