This is the shoot that brought the photographer back to life, and in action.
Jaipur: Population, 3.1 million. The Pink City, known for the forts that surround it gets visited by many visitors throughout the year. Even more during peak season. And it does get chaotic. But one place, in the heart of the city, has what it takes to spend the days away from the bustling city. 28Kothi,... Continue Reading →
No words. Just some photos that give a glimpse of Varanasi as I saw it. I'm sure I'm going back for a more elaborate trip.
He stood there, playing a home-made Sarangi for half-an-hour before a kid came and stood in front of him, followed by the child's sister. He looked at the child and played to them, with a smile, that would make him a hero for the little one. He stopped playing after some time, but his melody gave... Continue Reading →
Sigma’s 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6 DG II HSM Lens is not an extreme lens. But it does come very close to the same, and brings various perspectives to life with its rectilinear focal length, which is a not offered by many others. In addition to this, the lens provides an extreme angle of view.
Known as the Crown Jewel of Dharamshala (Located at 2,842 Metres), Triund is a popular trekking spot which provides a majestic view of the Dhauladhar mountains and Kangra valley.Here is my experience of this 'Must trek to' destination.
There was a man, a man who had the power to create. He created the mountains, the rivers, the winds, the rains. They called him heartless, for he never talked. People would come and go, but he would stay on top of his favourite mountain, building landscapes out of nothing. They called him heartless, for... Continue Reading →