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They say the Ganges River is the ferryman to salvation. Flowing through Bangladesh, the Ganges is one of the most sacred rivers to Hindus. While it is a place of worship, it is also the lifeline to millions of Indians who live along its course. When I was in Varanasi, I spent many boat rides on the Ganges. Floating along the river provided an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, as well as a momentary lapse into the continuous circle of life. I would watch people come to the water’s edge to sit in silence, pray, bathe, or discard the bodies of their deceased loved ones. The river’s unsung heroes — ferrymen with friendly faces and storytelling eyes — play an integral part in the river’s livelihood. And although I couldn’t communicate with them, I still felt a deep sense of connection in their presence.
All prints are printed on archival paper using archival ink to maximize the quality of the digital prints to meet museum longevity requirements.
Prices do not include matting and framing.
SMALL 12” x 8” + 1” border
(150 LIMITED EDITIONS)
MEDIUM 24” x 16” + 1.5” border
(100 LIMITED EDITIONS)
LARGE 36” x 24” + 2” border
(50 LIMITED EDITIONS)
EXTRA LARGE 45” x 30” no border
(25 LIMITED EDITIONS)
printed on Giclée Hahnemühle Photo Rag