Self-portraits of George Harrison with a Fisheye Lens in India, 1966

George Harrison and his wife Pattie flew from London to Bombay, India in September 1966. The purpose of the visit was for George to take sitar lessons with Ravi Shankar, and for the couple to study yoga. George’s love of photography is evident by his fisheye lens camera, providing a snapshot of being in the middle of the hippy era, and taking time out in being a Beatle.

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