Our tendency to self-destruct is never more evident than when I see the indelible traces of our presence wherever I… Read more Plastic, not so fantastic
Minimalism was a movement that commenced in the 1960s and was rooted in the principle of Keeping it Simple –… Read more Minimalism, anyone?
I set off on my first ever safari in Dhikala in the summer of 2015 and we were greeted by… Read more DhikalaScape… Part 3
I have written about this before – how some images trigger unexpected associations. This one somehow just reminds me of… Read more The Milanese Nightingale
The range of blues that you can see in the Verditer Flycatcher is quite stunning. From a more pale blue in… Read more Why does the Verditer Flycatcher appear blue?
Over the last few weeks, I have spent some time to put together a collection of my images that a… Read more Hidden gems in the storage
Before I set off on my East Sikkim trip, one of the things I checked was a map of our… Read more The switchback roads of Zuluk
One way of describing photography would be to say that it is akin to painting using light to tell a… Read more Making low light work for you
bokeh (/ˈboʊkeɪ/ BOH-kay) (Japanese: [boke]) is that aesthetic quality created by the out of focus elements of an image produced… Read more A spot of colour in a monochromatic frame
Dzuluk is a small village hamlet in the lower Himalayas nestled in the eastern part of Sikkim at a height… Read more Fire on the Old Silk Route