Why don't we just freeze this moment - leave the waves' foam suspended in white flowers, the rocks stolidly proud-browed. Now the sea holds unknown depths of green and the sky pastel gradations. The wind wipes the salt from our faces; the twilight descending promises a blank slate of night.


Seven Days, Seven Photographs: Sunset in the Ghats

On the extraordinary peacefulness of sunset in the Ghats.

The Light Rising

i call this – a salt-stained, Midas-rimmed kiss. it fingers the horizon, caresses the waves. disappears with nothing but a facsimile of hope in its ash-ringed wake. *waves nervously* I'm back! I was away the past week, travelling, mostly: not many birds to show for it, or photographs - still, enjoyable (though a trip sans… Continue reading The Light Rising

Exposed Sunset

I've been experimenting a bit with long exposures lately. This is one of the results. The biggest problem I face is, lacking an ND filter (and remote), my exposures are limited to 30 seconds - and I need to make sure nothing is overexposed. But I loved the pink clouds that day so I decided… Continue reading Exposed Sunset