A rickshaw cycle travels past a busy market and an advertisement for modern mobile services, creating a conglomeration of both old and new.
The centuries-old Kapaleeswarar Temple in Chennai basks in the late morning sun as pilgrims wander about.
These intricately carved and colored motifs on the body of the Kapaleeswarar Temple in Chennai, India each tell a different story.
The glistening San Thome Basilica in Chennai is a Roman Catholic basilica where St. Thomas the Apostle is purported to be buried.
Words and symbols of love are etched on to the outside wall of the Kapaleeswarar Temple in Chennai, where couples pray for success in their relationships.
The band at Chennai’s Kapaleeswarar Temple prepares to play. Seen are the Thavil (drum) players and the Nadaswaram (wind instrument) players.
A jackfruit tree in Chennai forms a canopy of vegetation far above the bustling traffic and people below.
A bare merry-go-round provides the only scenery on Chennai’s Marina Beach during the mid-afternoon, when the sun is scorching and the heat is scalding.
riendly coconut vendors provide a welcome refreshment to Chennai-ites during all seasons for a reasonable price.
Traffic slowly meanders its way through Mount Road, one of the busiest roads in Chennai, as political party flags line the railing as far as the eye can see.
A three-wheeler, the most common type of cargo transport in Chennai, travels through the nooks and crannies that comprise India’s streets.
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