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Just like the other images, the cover image also has a story behind it which I would like to share in this post. There were candidates aplenty but at the time…

The muted colours announcing the onset of autumn in my last few posts made me go back a few months to look at the archives towards the end of spring/beginning…

The following set of images were also taken on the same day as those of my previous post but unlike the last set, these were tweaked a bit directly in camera.…

A couple of days of damp weather had kept me forcibly indoors. So when the skies cleared up today morning, it was hardly possible to contain myself at home any…

Photographing big cats is always an exciting experience, even if it be in a zoo for most of us. Their exotic nature, the majesty in their eyes and their jaunt…

Looking across the Danube at the old town of Regensburg. Quite a popular composition but also a great location to dawdle as the day floats by. I assume that…

There we were expecting a sunset but alas the fickle weather would have none of it. Grey skies and biting winds it was. We took in the untamed landscape to our…

Quite frequently, the limitation behind a photograph is not the scene or the equipment but the person behind it all. This is especially true when we find…

Our mind sometimes makes associations in a very obvious way (not that it's a bad thing). The other day with a glass of the "dew" pictured below in my hand, the…

Sometimes it's a bit difficult to "connect" to certain topics in the way you are "supposed to". You just can't see it. The only thoughts on your mind are "Why?"…

The last couple of months have been erratic to say the least with the usual "routines" falling apart and getting used to the new normal. Still adjusting to the…

To someone who enjoys photography for its peaceful and particularly calming influence to unwind from the rigours of the high speed day-to-day activities,…

Hustle and bustle below. A myriad of possibilities. Nevertheless, a simple composition captured the essence of the moment, as I felt it, better than any other.

Travel photography is mostly a chance encounter where we have to usually make the best of the available conditions. It's possible to plan our visits to a…

A visit to the Glenmorangie distillery in Tain, Scotland. My wife and I spent a short while in their pint-sized but well done museum. The illumination on the…

Upon a perch at high noon As far as the eyes can see, Black and white in tone As pretty as a vista can be.
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