In late 2013 photographer Tony Sernack spent four weeks traveling in Northern India. He chased the elusive tiger, visited the fabulous palaces and forts of Rajasthan, ancient temples and bustling markets, the desert camel fair and colourful religious ceremonies. And he photographed the people of the region. This book shows the incredible diversity and beauty of beguiling India.
Tony's photographic interests span a wide gamut of subject matter with a strong leaning to reportage and photojournalism. Capturing the key elements of a situation that tell the story. He does freelance work for The New York Times and International Herald Tribune as well as for Australian clients.