This is a hospital window that you are seeing in the photograph. A nurse stands with her back to the window and by my guess, it looks like a shared ward. A million patients would have been in that ward and made it alive while a lot of them would have succumbed to their failing… Continue reading From the other side
A duck jumps into the Naini Lake, Nainital
Interiors of Maruti Suzuki Swift (click here for HQ version)
Yeh subah subah meri kamre ki khidki ke bahar ka nazara hai. Aksar ise dekh kar kuch shayari, kahani ya koi poem likhno ko jee chahta hai par afsosan yeh ho na saka. Ek reluctance sa hai kuch dino se. Behraal ek gaana bhi yaad aata hai. Kahi door jab din dhal jaye. Sharing the… Continue reading Din dhal jae
In those days, I had ample amount of free time. In the evening I would grab my camera and go to the roof and watch clouds, kites and sunset. I would also take a picture and review it, sometimes with tripod and wanting to experiment with long exposure. I believe this was taken in 2012.
Tell me if you like this photograph and the quote. The quote is from The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy. It is one of my favourites.
I have been thinking of taking a long exposure photograph from a foot over bridge for quite some time. Today I just happen to be near one of such bridge and I managed to capture this, not my best attempt but an attempt nevertheless. Also made a short time-lapse video of being stuck in traffic.… Continue reading Delhi
So, they say that every photograph should tell a story and that it should talk or it should make one wonder. Now the thing is I like to get feedback from people who show interest in the photographs that I show to them, I like hearing their views and opinions and it also tells me… Continue reading Stories behind the photographs
There are two terms - 1. Tourist 2. Traveller I like to think of myself as a traveller and not a tourist but there is nothing right and nothing wrong, it is just that I happen to relate to it more. Let me tell you about my recent travel to Jaipur from the capital of… Continue reading A visit to Jaipur