Tag Archives: colours
Taken on a bright sunny morning. Guava leaves, on a plantain background.
The Nikon AF 300 mm I received yesterday is a heavy duty old lens, complete with a metal body, and faux leather lens cap. (I’m looking at you, Nikon Corp). Having laid around unused for some time, its also got … Continue reading
drawing inspired by a kalamezuthu i saw at a folklore fest in calicut, 2 months ago.
Hello! I tried writing some lines for this post. But had to delete them all. Best to stick to what one knows. Hence, here’s “Shades of Green”. For more Shadow Shots, hop on to Harriet’s Blog!
Summer is truly here. The sun is scorching the plants. Leaves, flowers, seeds turning dry and brown. Some tinder dry images from a walk in the neighbourhood. *** *** *** ***
Konnapu blooming in February! so what will remain for April?
Pictures like these, taken early this morning, make me believe that despite everything, some things are still right with the world.
I’m having a ghastly Andy Warhol moment today. For those who prefer an original… gnarled shadows on the wall. For more interesting shadow shots from around the world, check out Harriet’s Blog
Choose your pick 🙂
…to Photography (and all my cameras and lenses) on World Photography Day, Aug 19th Who else can i evoke for love but Amir Khusro Apni si rang deenhi re mohse naina milaike… so K, a D700 then? 😉
There has been no rain here in Bombay, for the past few days. No sun either. So its back to indoor shadows 🙂 Presenting a rolled-up table mat! These photos are part of Shadow Sunday Shot, a weekly meme hosted … Continue reading
K and I went to Pune yesterday for our “annual pilgrimage” to the University. Spent a really peaceful day there. There were no rains like last time, but the University was green and beautiful. Some green pictures from one of … Continue reading
Back in school, i’d read a short story by an Indian writer, in our text book. I don’t remember the author, or its title. The story went something like this. The author, living in London, is once asked by an … Continue reading
…or as much i could capture of it. I have inherent issues with the so called “big fat indian wedding”. But, then again, there are people who prefer such weddings, so what can one say. But this himachali wedding was … Continue reading
The ostensible reason behind going to Himachal Pradesh was to attend my friend’s wedding. So we took our marriage preparations seriously and headed to beautify our hands in Delhi. Mehendi / Henna artists sit in Delhi’s tourists areas armed with … Continue reading
I once read somewhere that you can gauge the worth of a lens by the shape of its Bokeh. Essentially, its how point sources of light show up when shot out of focus. Though I’d been trying for sometime, i … Continue reading
* with apologies to Sting 🙂 Was generally waiting up for K, when street lights beckoned the Nikon 50 mm. I did manage a sharper photo, but liked this blurred one better.