Tag Archive: photograph

The Impending Monsoon

” Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky.”   –Rabindranath Tagore

Pondicherry: Give time a break

Six thousand miles from France, there exists a small French town on the Coromandel coast of India- the little essence of France still lingering in the atmosphere with baked baguettes and croissants, clean… Continue reading

Saurkundi Pass-A backpack’s journey up the Himalayas

It was a dream. A dream conjured from just an image; a miserable reproduction in which the jagged peaks stood white against a grotesquely blackened and scratched sky. But it didn’t matter, for… Continue reading

A hike to the Dudhsagar Waterfalls

My bucket list was brimming. And the Dudhsagar falls was at the brim. But then, one monsoon went after the other and I just couldn’t make it there. But this time, I was… Continue reading

Munnar- a paradise in the God’s own country

A beautiful, little town stays hidden among the dense forests of the Western Ghats in Kerala in the southern India. The confluence of three streams in the midst of God’s own country; the… Continue reading

A cup of Coffee in Kodaikanal

It was still very early in the morning as I sat sipping my cup of hot filter coffee in a little shack that overlooked sparse villages and farms which lay scattered in the valley below.… Continue reading

Split-Second Story

  A perfect moment this. They say a picture speaks a thousand words. Let me let this image speak to you. Thank you for stopping by.  [ In response to Daily Post’s Weekly PhotoChallenge ]

13 free things to do in Singapore

Let’s face it. Singapore can haunt your pockets and empty your wallets even before you know it. But delving deep and a bit of research can easily save a lot of bucks and… Continue reading

Mystic Reflections

  This post is in response to Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge- Reflections

Singapore Flyer- a Bird’s Eye view of Singapore

With an imposing height of 541ft, the Singapore Flyer stands as the tallest Ferris wheel in the world (16ft taller than the Star of Nanchang and 98ft taller than the London Eye). Termed… Continue reading