These two images are illustrative of the tussle that goes on in my mind as the learning process continues. Is… Read more Creative license or distorting reality?
There is something fascinating about flocks of birds as I have been discovering lately. My friend, Saravanan Janakarajan, our guide,… Read more The whispering whoosh of a zillion wingflaps
I had been feeling for a while that my golf game is finally reaching a level that probably warrants a… Read more 2018 – a year of birdies & eagles
You didn’t need faith to fly, you needed to understand flying.” (Richard Bach, 2006) I have always struggled with in-flight… Read more Flight
Did you know that the collective noun for a group of falcons is ‘a bazaar’? Neither did I but a… Read more A bazaar of falcons
And when all the wars are over, a butterfly will still be beautiful – Ruskin Bond Till recently, it hadn’t… Read more Sikkim Ace
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
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