This first image was taken at Malpi harbour where I could see how regular people, mostly women, work very hard in very tough conditions to gather fish from the vessels to the lorries that will transport them to the markets These are the biggest ships the
This four waterfalls called, Jog falls, are one of the highest in the world, 232 feet high. They are not even 100 miles from our home, we went to see them with our host family, but it took us more than five hours to get there due to an accelerator cable b
This photo is from Hampi, a very popular and touristic destination that everyone here recommends visiting. We really liked it as we had the chance to do some trekking around the arid mountains from where you could see scattered temples, forts and palaces
This image is a 123 feet statue of Shiva built by the beach at Murdeshwar. It can be seen from very far away and it is just amazing. We had lunch at temple itself and when the day cleared a bit, as it had been raining all morning, we walked around the tem
Photographer, Jorge Ruiz, is in India again for 6 months volunteering Kundapur in Southern India on a media & documentation project. Jorge is a seasoned volunteer with EIL, and is the recipient of a Gold Global Citizen Award for his work in Ireland as a global justice advocate.
Above are a sample of his photos which you can also find on his blog: http://jorumavi.com/galleries/
It's well worth a visit!
Warning! Looking at Jorge's photos may result is a serious case of wanderlust. For assistance, take a look at www.volunteerabroad.ie