Somehow you might be able to capture the essence of the moment by taking a photograph, but often it happens that the best photographs are those that you have not taken, they are in your mind, intact with the scent, brush of air, and the sense of excitement! Nevertheless, if you think you have taken a great photograph, you would return to it every now and then. suffice it to say that a photograph might capture a moment in time, but perhaps not all of it. Given below are some photographs, which I feel like returning to.
The beauty of the last rays of the sun escaping through the cloud seems to give the above snap a rather surreal feel. The microwave towers resemble rockets about to be launched into space. There seemed to be a rather science fiction like feel to the scene so I decided to capture it!
The distortion of the rising sun seemed so awe inspiring that I had to click it!
This snap was taken at the Assan wetlands. You can see the web clinging on to the petals! The yellow colour seems rather eye-catching!
this snap too is of a flower taken at the Assan Wetlands. The white colour seemed to be rather compelling!
In this snap, also taken at the Assan Wetlands, I had a tough time getting a good focus!
This snap taken on extreme zoom suggests a person sitting on a chair. In fact it is an empty chair!
They say, “every cloud has a silver lining!”
Crystal ball crystal ball, what has the future for me?
The Epiphany Church is a beautiful building!
The Kanheri Caves in Mumbai are ancient. They functioned as aqueducts, they helped channel rain water.
The Gateway of India-Mumbai continues to draw a large number of tourists from all over India and the world.
And so the toy train twists and turns while travelling from Shimla to Kalka!
The Town Hall, Shimla is a colonial style building.