Piazza delle Erbe, Mantua

A couple of shots of artists performing in Piazza delle Erbe, Mantua. I am not sure if they represented some tribe or had donned the costumes for the performance.

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16 Responses

  1. Pietro says:

    You've photographed the artists very well, Indrani.

  2. richies says:

    I like Indian flute music. I'm sure I would have enjoyed listening to them.

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  3. Titanium says:

    The intricacy of the beadwork on their outfits is astounding! These are great shots, bringing to life artists and traditions seldom seen.

  4. Nessa says:

    They look like they are very far from home – their dress seems like ones I've seen Indians from Mexico wear.

  5. They are striking photos, to be sure. Stories upon stories in these shots.

  6. George says:

    The costumes are definitely colorful and very intricate. You got a couple of wonderful pictures here.

  7. UmaS says:

    Lovely pic…their dress is so wonderfully interesting. 🙂

    Good click. 🙂

  8. what exotic jewellery.. it the work on the sleeves made of bead weaving?

  9. Nichole says:

    Great photos! Thanks for stopping by… Happy WW!

  10. Jidhu Jose says:

    Nice costume. Remarkable Photo

  11. Wow. That is an interesting outfit. Great capture

  12. Carver says:

    Great shots. I like their clothing very much. The details are so beautiful to me.

  13. Babli says:

    Very beautiful photos of the artists and the jewellery looks very interesting.

  14. Francisca says:

    What intricate traditional costumes! The jewelery looks beautiful, but not so very comfortable. Good captures, Indrani.

  15. Evelyn says:

    Nice photos. Nice costumes.

  16. They look like red Indians, But in Europe?

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