We see lot of things in Nature every day, But when we are bound with inner vision then what we see is something eternal!
Sun setting behind the Dangya Pinnacle, Lake “V”, Maharashtra, India. some places are just magical, I don’t know why but I tend to go and shoot sun at this location repeatedly, and every time I get some thing very unique.
I as shooting a movie, in mean while, i was looking at the transition of colours and reflection. the clouds turned warm the colour of water gone deep, this created the Mood for the picture and yes the grass complemented the composition.
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“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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This young lady is going out for fetching water for her family’s daily use and drinking. She has to fetch water from the waterhole yes may be three four kilometers long from her house, even doing so much hard work she is happy! Will we remain happy in cities with so much effort for water?
Irony : 66 years, 10 months, 5 days over since we are independent country, India is still starving for drinking water & motor-able roads.
Fort Bitan Trek, Bitanwadi, just above the Mhaisavalan Ghat, in Akole Taluka, Ahamednagar.
Today is Sparrow day on this occasion I would like to present a photograph taken in our campus at our farmhouse, feeling proud we still have same no. of sparrows at the place since years. Sometimes they do have fun with water. This picture is taken by my 8 year old son Arya. This is very serious that these tiny birds are vanishing from our cities and villages.
In monsoon the west winds are so strong, they don’t let the water fall down the cliff, the force of air lifts the falling water back on table top of mountain, we call it reverse waterfall, this recycling process keeps playing on at Anjneri Fort, Nashik, a very enjoyable trek, reverse waterfall at Anjneri Fort, Nashik, India.