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My three trips to India so far have all been
memorable for very different reasons. The
first, during shooting a series of
diamond-polishing films for De Beers,
entailed visiting Bombay (Mumbai) to film
in both antiquated and modern diamond
workshops; for my second visit I'd been
lucky enough to get attached to a hot-air
ballooning expedition to Bhutan in the
eastern Himalayas, with stopovers in Delhi
and Calcutta. This had been to get first-hand experience of filming from balloons and
microlights for a proposed ballooning expedition to Antarctica, which sadly never
happened. My third visit was actually as a tourist to Kerala, first staying in a colleague's
apartment in Kochi (Cochin) and then - a first for me - in a beach hotel at the southern
tip of Kerala, 'where oceans meet'. After each trip I couldn't wait to go back, and it's still
true, and I will one day.
My three trips to India so far have all been memorable for very different reasons. The first,
during shooting a series of diamond-polishing films for De Beers, entailed visiting Bombay
(Mumbai) to film in both antiquated and modern diamond workshops; for my second visit
I'd been lucky enough to get attached to a hot-air ballooning expedition to Bhutan in the
eastern Himalayas, with stopovers in Delhi and Calcutta. This had been to get first-hand
experience of filming from balloons and microlights for a proposed ballooning expedition to
Antarctica, which sadly never happened. My third visit was actually as a tourist to Kerala,
first staying in a colleague's apartment in Kochi (Cochin) and then - a first for me - in a
beach hotel at the southern tip of Kerala, 'where oceans meet'. After each trip I couldn't
wait to go back, and it's still true, and I will one day.
My three trips to India so far have all been
memorable for very different reasons. The
first, during shooting a series of
diamond-polishing films for De Beers,
entailed visiting Bombay (Mumbai) to film
in both antiquated and modern diamond
workshops; for my second visit I'd been
lucky enough to get attached to a hot-air
ballooning expedition to Bhutan in the
eastern Himalayas, with stopovers in Delhi
and Calcutta. This had been to get first-hand experience of filming from balloons and
microlights for a proposed ballooning expedition to Antarctica, which sadly never
happened. My third visit was actually as a tourist to Kerala, first staying in a colleague's
apartment in Kochi (Cochin) and then - a first for me - in a beach hotel at the southern
tip of Kerala, 'where oceans meet'. After each trip I couldn't wait to go back, and it's still
true, and I will one day.

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My three trips to India so far have all been memorable for very different reasons. The first, during shooting a series of diamond-polishing films for De Beers, entailed visiting Bombay (Mumbai) to film in both antiquated and modern diamond workshops; for my second visit I'd been lucky enough to get attached to a hot-air ballooning expedition to Bhutan in the eastern Himalayas, with stopovers in Delhi and Calcutta. This had been to get first-hand experience of filming from balloons and microlights for a proposed ballooning expedition to Antarctica, which sadly never happened. My third visit was actually as a tourist to Kerala, first staying in a colleague's apartment in Kochi (Cochin) and then - a first for me - in a beach hotel at the southern tip of Kerala, 'where oceans meet'.  After each trip I couldn't wait to go back, and it's still true, and I will one day.

Makes a fine pair with the next image, framed with a rich polished wood frame.

Makes a fine pair with the next image, framed with a rich polished wood frame.

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