Submitted by Eric Bozinny
Shot from Hyderabad India's most celebrated forts, the view across the jungles and time to the mosques build across time in later centuries. It's a timeless snapshot of sultans and kings.

Nov. 6

What would you say if you traveled all the way to India for work, contracted a viral infection and were whisked into an Indian hospital where you experienced pure chaos?

“I felt like a character in a movie.”

Well, maybe YOU wouldn’t say it, but that’s how Eric Bozinny of Kenmore, Wash., described his experience.

Bozinny submitted the top-rated image in this week’s It’s A Snap! travel photo contest. He captured the photo while visiting an Indian development center in Hyderabad.

It was a whirlwind trip — he was there for just four days. However, his long journey delivered him at 4 a.m. “I wasn’t about to go to a day of meetings after 18 1/2 hours on a plane,” he said, so instead he took some time to take in the sights.

He snapped this shot of a tomb from a well-known fort in Hyderabad.

It wasn’t just the hospital that was chaotic, he said. “Everyone is honking their horns all the time. It’s crazy driving in India.”

Despite the hospital visit, the crazy drivers and an even spookier rickshaw experience, he’ll be back.

Prior to his trip, a friend had encouraged him to rent the movie “Outsourced,” saying he wouldn’t want to visit after he saw it.

“When I watched it, I wanted to go there more.”


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