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The Beatles in India
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Mia and ArjunaMia and I both had come to Rishikesh hoping to heal the pain of heartbreak, each searching for a new self-respect by going within, irrespective of the love of others. This was taken at dusk, with too little light, yet I find the softness of the photo enhances Mia’s quiet, intelligent beauty.
To the NinesPaul and John had been playing and singing for some time and by then the sun had dropped behind the hills. A gentle aroma of evening jasmine drifted over the grounds and a peacock shrilled off in the woods. Ringo mentioned dinner, and after a while we all headed off to eat.
Here's Looking at YouPaul is a remarkable creative force. Perhaps two elements that serve his creativity well are his very playful side and his lovely, mischievous side. This I experienced with him numerous times, as when he looked over and I took this photograph.
Ganga MaTo India’s 1 billion Hindus, the Ganges river is Ganga Ma–or Mother Ganges–the holiest of rivers, making Rishikesh a pilgrimage centre filled with temples and hostels, and a centre for yoga, meditation and philosophical studies. This photograph is taken from the Lakshman Jhoola bridge several kilometers upstream from the ashram.
John and PaulJohn was at the ashram for about 7 weeks, as was George. Ringo for 2 weeks and Paul was there for 5 weeks. In their time there John and Paul wrote 48 songs, likely their single most creative capsule of time in their illustrious careers.
SerenadeThis is my all-time favourite shot of Paul. The gentle sensitivity in his eyes, the joyful smile on his lips, even mid-serenade, are part of the enormous playful creativity he embodies.