Posted on February 20, 2015
Posted on August 28, 2014
I have decided to convert this blog from a travel blog to one where I post my pictures from time to time. Some of them may be awful tosh. Be warned!
This one dates back to the time when I first started experimenting with some of the strange tools in Photoshop. I was walking back home from a friend’s home, and noticed shards of broken glass, that once represented a bottle of beer, on the dusty pavement.
The passersby were understandably bemused as I stood there photographing broken bits of glass.
Posted on August 27, 2014
I have been having fun with a pair of rusted cars about 5 kilometres from my home.
Stupid me carries a tripod in his car and forgot to take it out. Old age and the heat is getting the better of me.
Still, that gives me the opportunity to go back with my tripod.
In this case, I used some simple Levels and Curves adjustments, as well as Adjust & Clarity. I was tempted to add some noise and grain, but decided against it.
Okay, that part is not the engine of the car… I just felt like giving it the “engine” caption
Posted on August 26, 2014
For a change, I decided to post me!
Yes! Me, me and me!
I took this photo while having breakfast at the Temple Town of Vrindavan. Where they greet each other in names that are holy. They then descend into all manner of abuse. Normally, the descent lasts one minute. So, I asked them why they don’t greet each other by the Devil himself.
Sadly, we don’t have any one who can really be classified as Satan in India. The closest, is a learned, devout chap called “Ravan”, or “Ravana”. Long, complex story, about his fall.
By all the Gods and Demons, it is me this time!
Posted on August 24, 2014
Oddly, this blog seems to have morphed into a photography challenge blog!
They were in the fray,
With their tempers frayed,
And finally, one ended with
The edges of his undershirt frayed.
And so, this photo has a frame
That is frayed!
Picture taken with my Experia. I was having an innocent cuppa chai, while waiting for my brand new kurta to be shortened and a fight broke out!!
Posted on August 21, 2014
I took this shot two days ago. I was on the boat in Mathura. The river is the Yamuna, one of the most sacred ones in India, and one of the most polluted.
Despite our best efforts to bugger the environment, Nature does have a way of making things beautiful, yes?
Paganism does rule!
Posted on August 20, 2014
“Sleep Pretty Darling, do not cry
And I will sing a lullaby”
— Adapted from “Golden Slumbers”, the Abbey Road Album. The Beatles
The tears will flow and flow, and no lullaby can stem the flood.