Wallpaper – Misty Mountains

One fine day in the November 2015, when we went to the Billing take off, we saw a fabulous ground level inversion (valley fog). The view was quite surreal, and I didn’t realize when I started humming … Far over the misty mountains cold To dungeons deep and caverns old We must away ere break of day To seek the Read More …

Tutorial – Create beautiful selective colour effect

Recently I published a small post on the partner theme on this blog and used one selectively coloured picture from my collection. It featured a photo shot in the Krakow Old Town using a MOTO G3 mobile. Some readers appreciated it and requested a quick tutorial. In this blog post let’s see how to create a selective colour effect with Read More …

Mirrors and Reflections

In this thematic photography post, I have gathered some of the beautiful photographs of mirrors. This beautiful object is a huge curved mirror placed right infront of the Palace of Versailles. As soon as you look into it, you get mesmerized. It is created by a British-Indian sculptor Sir Anish Kapoor. [Jump to Flickr Gallery]   Following photograph shows a Read More …

Wordless Wednesday 1 – Suggest a Caption for This Photo

This post is for the readers. 🙂 Provide your caption in comments. Wordless Wednesday Activity – Suggest a caption for this photo [Click to open in Lightbox] Photograph Details Canon EOS 550D 10-20mm, 20.0 mm, ƒ/7.1, 1/50, ISO:100 Flash (off, did not fire) Shot @ Gangad village, Near Seema, Har Ki Dun trail.   #photography #caption-this #kids #portrait #india #rural Read More …

Video – Time-lapse of Clouds

Time-lapse photography gives amazing insight into the things which are extremely slow moving and difficult to capture using regular videography methods (more info here). I have created this small time-lapse video of clouds from a gallery of my house. It is quite easy to create time lapse video if you have a camera which can take photos automatically after the Read More …

Partners I – Looking Up Paragliding Partners in Sky

Partners in Sky – This photo captures paragliding pilots circling in a thermal above the billing take-off. Pilots follow a circular path in a rising draft of warmer air in order to gain height. After sufficient height is gained, they head off to a next way point. Paragliding pilots usually fly in a groups so that they can easily find Read More …

Curve III – Paris Photographs

[Click on images to view in LightBox]   In this blog, I have gathered a few photographs from my last year’s trip to Paris. Paris has innumerable photography sites. In this post, Parisian art and monuments are presented from a different perspective. It is a collection of Paris photographs containing curve or curved structures. Even simple day to day photography Read More …

Curve II – Eiffel Tower

Eiffel curves – This huge arch at the base of Eiffel tower looks beautiful   Eiffel curves – Beautiful curved pattern of the steel mesh at the top most floor of Eiffel tower   Beautifully lit eiffel tower at night [Click on the photos to view them in light box]   I couldn’t resist the second post for this challenge. Read More …

Curve I – Mesmerizing Spiral Kannur lighthouse

Mesmerizing spiral straicase at Kannur lighthouse [click on the photo to view in light box]   I went on a bike trip to Kannur with my best buddy in the month of February 2016. We visited the Kannur Lighthouse during this trip. Visitors were allowed to visit the top of the lighthouse. To reach to the top, we had to Read More …