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Tag Archives: Kerala
once again. through the instagram.
Taken on a bright sunny morning. Guava leaves, on a plantain background.
Made a mini-trip to Edakal caves today, with K, and two lovely ladies. A fine day, with pictures, beautiful light, laughter, treks, and fascinating 5000 year-old rock etchings. More later!
drawing inspired by a kalamezuthu i saw at a folklore fest in calicut, 2 months ago.
taken over the last 3 months are here on my tumblr A sample is here 🙂
..here last night. loudly and madly. Even this brown twigy of a dry chilly plant looks happy 🙂
Konnapu blooming in February! so what will remain for April?
Hope you all have a hearty Sunday 🙂 For more interesting shadow shots from around the world hop on to Harriet’s Blog!
…or November Rain. Rain clouds sweep in from the North West, and soak Kerala once again in this month after the monsoons. Mornings seem bright and sunny, and then slowly the thunder rolls in, the wind picks up, and sun … Continue reading
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
It’s true that I am under travel restrictions, yet I do make occasional forays into the clinics of radiologists, gynecologists, and their ilk. And by god, there are still some sights to be seen in this world! This passage in … Continue reading
Choose your pick 🙂
This post is dedicated to Harriet. On any other occasion, i would have looked at shadows, murmured, ‘nice’, and left it at that. This week, i was genuinely happy to pick up the camera, shoot these photos and share them … Continue reading
…both in and around me 🙂 All pictures, fresh off from Amma’s garden, taken this morning.
SSS time again…after a really long while. Missed seeing a lot of good shadow shots for so many weeks. Anyways, here i am still in kerala. travel’s completely restricted, and commuting non-existent. I have some nice green views from the … Continue reading