Bhenswara: Richard Chapman sent us his pictures from a recent trip to Rajasthan, India. The little girl in the blue was trying to push her friend away so that she could be photographed by herself.
Security was routine at the Red Fort, Delhi. An attack on the fort in December 2000 killed three people.
As dusk set in, a boy burnt a coat for some warmth and a sale of garlic took place right next to the noise and choking fumes of nearby traffic.
Bhenswara: Village women work hard and carry all sorts of loads on their heads. Colourful saris were a beautiful contrast to the dusty surroundings.
Dawn on the Ganges, Varanasi: The river is regarded by many Indians to be the River of Life.
Jaisalmer: The streets within the Jaisalmer Fort were clean and peaceful. It was not unusual to wander around a corner and have a sacred cow walk right past us.
Bundi: Despite long working hours, there always seemed to be time for a game of chess or a conversation.
Bhenswara: A girl washes her clothes at the village water tank. Behind her, on the walls of the tank, were symbols of the swastika, the second most sacred Hindu symbol.
Dawn on the Ganges, Varanasi: Despite the high levels of pollution, many Indians consider it to be very spiritual to bathe in and drink the water from the Ganges.
Great Egret, Keoladeo Ghana National Park, Bharatpur: Not just a bird sanctuary, but a sanctuary for us from the massive assault on our senses from noise, smells and people.
Taj Mahal, Agra: Despite being clothed from head to toe and accompanied by a male companion, Western women should be prepared for the unflinching and unabashed staring from local men.
Bhenswara: As we left one village a man, his face weathered by the harsh conditions, looked up briefly at my camera before carrying on his way.