A group of ants had been walking around my room, on my bed, on me. They are black ants, so they are not a nuisance or danger, if I could just put up with the sensation of really tiny feet on my skin.
After a while I just stopped what I was doing, and decided to make the most of their presence.
It was a dark & stormy night. Yes it was.
Three bikes with three photographers entered Lavasa. By the time they reached they were drenched, and it was dark & foggy.
All their plans of shooting the shiny new Enfield with the colourful city of Lavasa in the backdrop were also drenched, and had to be thrown in the lake.
We had to do the best with what we had. And I think we did decently well.
And you get the wallpaper one day early because tomorrow is an international holiday
A fly blessed my room with its presence after quite some time. And was patient (maybe because it was hurt?) enough to let me shoot so much. And let me get a complete DOF composite. 3 shots, merged in Photoshop
Guess what the fly is sitting on
Bought this R/C helicopter for my nephew on his birthday.
At some level, it was for the kid in me who loves toys too And for everyone in the house who was enamoured by it.
Almost a five year old photograph. One of my very first treks after I moved to Pune. My first opportunity to bond with a great friend, colleague and fellow rider, Nitin.
My first time at the pool of beauty named Paavna.
If there’s a god who deserves to be called a Rockstar, it’s Him.
Quintessential Calcutta. Everything Calcutta.
Finally I did the obviously Calcutta photowalk – in the flower market in Mullickghat.
As almost a tourist in a city I used to call my own. I still love Calcutta.
Only, it’s the Himalayan mountains, and not only a hill.
July 2011, between Manali & Keylong
The flower macros make a come-back