Tag Archive: weekly photo challenge

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 ]

Mystic Reflections

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

The world of the only one

“Sometimes life is too hard to be alone, and sometimes life is too good to be alone.” ― Elizabeth Gilbert This post is in response to Daily Post’s Weekly Photography Challenge-One

Pretty Little Layers!

Telling its story, showcasing its beauty and underlining its purpose in the micro or the macro environment- a layer is what stands out distinctly from all the other features.  I would like to draw a little layered picture of… Continue reading

Colours of Life

They say “discover the world through colours “. I guess I wouldn’t disagree on that. Because experts are of an opinion that colours hypnotizes our senses, changes our mood and affects our very life. In short these… Continue reading

The Prodigal Sun

“How sweet the morning air is! See how that one little cloud floats like a pink feather from some gigantic flamingo. Now the red rim of the sun pushes itself over the London… Continue reading

Stillness in Saturation

While black-and-white photography has enjoyed a rebirth of interest, colour is still how the world appears and is mostly photographed. The sheer essence of the colours and the way we perceive different shades… Continue reading

Inside Out

Sometimes its so intriguing the way we look at the world. A whole new paradise just explodes into view when stared through a little pin-hole. A beautiful landscape just gets encompassed into the world of a circle. A… Continue reading

The unusual prospects !

“Its all in the eye of the onlooker.”  A change of view could easily manoeuvre a change in perception, bring in the essence of depth or the embedded shallowness.  To look at the world through a… Continue reading

A Stranger on the shore

I have spent almost my entire life hearing the sounds of the waves and winds alike. Yet every time I walk into its embracing arms, the strangeness and the newness  encompasses me. I still am a… Continue reading