अापण दत्तोबांसारखे नशीबवान! अाकाशातल्या मुक्त ढगांच्या रंगांचा कॅनव्हास व चांदण्यांचा सहवास नेहमीच बघावयास योग्य जागी योग्य वेळी असण्याची भाग्य लाभलयं! लाखो रुपये मिळतील म्हणुन मनाविरुध्द, एथिक्स सोडुन काम करण नाही जमत, जमनारही नाही. बर्याच लोकांना हे रंग खोटे असल्याचा भास होतो! हो खरच काही लोकांना विश्वासच बसत नाही हे असं दिसतं निसर्गात, कारण डोळे वर करुन अाकाशाकडे बघायला वेळच नसतो, कारण त्यांच जगणं मुळात स्वतंसाठी नसतच, ह्या चंगळवादी जगात ते गहाण असतं वित्तसंस्थांकडे! प्रदुषन, वातावरणातील धुळ, हवेतील अाद्रता ह्या सगळ्यांचा योग्य समतोल असला की अापला पिक्चर पाणचट हिंदी सिनेमापेक्षा भारी होणारं हा विश्वास ठासुन अाहे अापल्यात!
तिरढ्यातले दत्तोबा भेटले, काय करतोय हे सागीतल्यावर काल याहीपेक्षा भारी होतं म्हटले.
दत्तोबा गायी घेऊन निघालेत, २०-२५ गायी, एक पिशवीभर सामान खाली घाट उतरुन कडव्याच्या खोर्यात चार महीणे काढणार, वर डोंगर माथ्यावर गायींना चारा, पाणी नाही म्हणुन भटकंती. परिसरातील बिबट्याची भीती नाही की चेहर्यावर निराशा नाही, डोळ्यात प्रचंड समाधान व अाशावाद! ते नेहमीच अनुभवत असलेल्या भन्नाट कॅनव्हासमध्ये त्यांनाही सामावण्याचा मोह मला अावरला नाही.
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Its beautiful out there, these beautiful colours always entice me to go out and shoot some compositions! I am really happy I live in a very lively environment, this is just nearby my place!
“SUN BREAKING THROUGH” INDIA.
This was lovely morning Flora-Scape, Near My home, I was up to drop my son to school, on way we saw great sky unfolding the colors of Dawn, I decided to shoot the atmosphere filled with non monsoon clouds, mist & morning rays at riverfront!
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@Lakeside, India. A Visual Treat
It was just common off, i along with my friend went on a drive near by the town, we happened to reach the beautiful lake side, where 2 boats were parked by the local fishermen, resting in there conditions! I was in hurry taking pictures and making the use of the subject and the conditions, while dancing here and there, I lost my mobile at this location, while i came to know it was peach dark, still we tried to find it out but alas we didn’t succeeded in the attempt. so we decided to come back on the next morning again more opportunity for the shoot, so we were up early next morning, went to the place, just stepping down the car i located the phone which i was missed last evening. Although it was dramatic experience, the atmosphere was great i clicked some of my favourite pictures in between one of them is here for your visual treat!
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“Dhangars” are Indian nomadic people, mainly these people live in western ghats of Maharashtra. They travel with there lambs, and all the livelihood year around to feed themselves as well as there lambs. I saw there camp while on way to AAD FORT. The morning golden light made the picture more beautyful.
This is march 2013, Harishchandra fort, Maharastra, India, I came here after 6 months, I spotted a change, many small Karvi shaks installed by the locals are ready to welcome you with refreshments and local food. The government of Maharashtra provided Tents to these people, this will help them to make living out of adventure sports and Eco-Tourism, this will also benefit trekkers and tourists. Though we were overwhelmed by the fresh lime water by Mr. Bharmal on the fort, hope the growing tourism will not affect the ecology and cleanliness of the place.
She was willing to get herself photographed look at her, even the heard is moving ahead she is still looking, She was not afraid of the camera. I was photographing there movements when they were passing by the road. “Dhangar” the shepherd people of Maharashtra, India. these people grow lambs and cattle’s to make their living, largely spread in Maharashtra’s Pune, Ahemadnagar and Nashik districts. They used to migrate in summer for water and food for there cattle’s and lambs. So many days of the year they make camps open to sky.
Colors of Maharashtra; the people in this region are very colorful, it is clearly seen in their lives, dark natural saturated hues are common sites in Maharashtra’s rural areas. It shows nothing but the pure spirit & cheerfulness of their living, though they live in poverty they are happy people. Living joyfully and far away from materialism.