Last week, we all celebrated Diwali with lot of lights and sweets. One of the aspect of Diwali is the mud fort making which is usually made by children during their Diwali hoildays. Miniature mud forts are made to remember the heroic deeds of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.Its an act of pure reverence towards Shivaji Maharaj. … Continue reading Diwali Mud Forts
In Pune, Maharashtra, India, we have these roundabouts which usually has some sort of art pieces installed all over the cities. This particular one is related music and one can see different indian musical intruments like tabla, harmonium, sitar, veena, shehnai etc art pieces which are on top a big tabla. The pictures are not … Continue reading Musical Roundabout
What makes photography a strange invention is that its primary raw materials are light and time. John Berger View from my balcony - In morning versus evening Sometimes we capture best images when we are not actually looking to capture anything. The above image compare is about the view from my balcony during a winter … Continue reading All about Light!!
Betelnut Trees Sharing some of the previous images that I had already posted for Parul's Thursday Tree Love blog hop. These are betelnut trees from Karnataka, India. Clicked the 1st picture from under these trees and hence gives an illusion of them going straight up to touch the sky. Second image features the same trees … Continue reading Under the Trees
Clicked this picture few years back, while we were visiting our relatives in the coastal region of Karnataka, India. While visiting some local place, we ditched the main road and took a different back route just to explore the area and we were greeted with this beautiful view. The place was pleasant, with birds chirping, … Continue reading Nature’s Beauty
In India, we still have restrictions in place and so cannot travel outdoors. However, we live in an area that is surrounded by small hills all around, so we visit the hills often. There are pathways created to traverse around the hills. Currently, it's rainy season in India, so all the hills have turned green. … Continue reading Outdoors
As a part of smart city program of Pune, Maharashtra, India, various art installations have been done around the city. One such installation is seen in the above image which is named as Migration of People. This is created using the recycled items. By placing such artworks on different streets, the artists are creating recycling … Continue reading Art from recycling
Joining Photographing Public Photo Challenge - #1. Wooden Horse Last year, one of the office parties (before the lockdown) was hosted at a hotel were this wooden horse stood there to welcome us. Not in a great condition, but is definitely eye catching. Horse with wings, definately Pegasus it is.. 🙂
These are the images from my archives for Debbie's One work Sunday Challenge - Rural. The images were clicked at my native place which is in the rural coastal region of India. The coconut trees, green fields are the most common thing found in rural parts of India. Sometimes, life is at peace in rural … Continue reading Rural
Found these images from my archives for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge. Entrance setup in a party hall Rain droplets on the car windshield with Ganesha idol on the dashboard. Water dots on rose flower Spots on the flower Thanks for visiting. Stay Safe.