The frost locked the lock of ‘friendship’; reminds me of a quote… “You can’t get too much winter in the winter.” – Robert Frost Posted in SundayStills and Weekly Photo Challenge Advertisements Continue reading Lock the Frost!
A bubble of happiness – a new season of happiness and celebrations are under way. Soon those pleasant sensations are gonna burst and fade away, but leave you smiling with those memories. 🙂 Live the moment, enjoy the present. Posted in Sunday Stills & Weekly Photo Challenge Continue reading Bubble of Happiness
Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself, do not go out and look for a successful personality and duplicate it. — Bruce Lee Posted in SundayStills Continue reading Hoody
The seventh entry for the photo challenges with my buddies. About the challenge : Ramadan Kareem, a theme to express the holy month of Ramadan. This challenge is dedicated to the holy month of Ramadan, which is a period of fasting, reflection, devotion, generosity and sacrifice observed by Muslims around the world. About the photograph : … Continue reading Challenge 7: Ramadan Kareem
I was experimenting too much these days with high speed photography, and this is one of the outcome. A fresh drop of red into the crystal clear solution. Being a huge fan of Rambo, I couldn’t think of a better title. Posted in Sunday Stills & Weekly Photo Challenge Continue reading First blood!
The sixth entry for the photo challenges with my buddies. About the challenge : Capture smoke as an abstract art photography. About the photograph : I tried to capture the smoke from the burning sandal incense sticks. You may explore the complete gallery of my experiment in here – Smoke’ Em Continue reading Challenge 6: Smoke
The fifth entry for the photo challenges with my buddies. About the challenge : High speed photography of dancing paints or colours when exposed to sound waves. About the photograph : I used a sub woofer to make the paint jump, while it has been kept on a tightly fixed balloon covering the sub-woofer. You … Continue reading Challenge 5: Sonic Photography