What is the most graceful animal on earth? If you wake me up in the middle of my sleep and ask this …
Dreaming (day or night) is an integral part of human psychology. Lately, people have been getting only nightmares owing to the current …
Art has been the centerpiece of all religions, old or new, on our planet. Ancient Indian civilizations, that collectively came to be known as the Hindus, were carving and painting on rocks for well over..
Parambikulam is a scenic place situated in between the majestic Anamalai Ranges of Tamil Nadu and the Nelliyampathy Ranges of Kerala. The moment I..
Sometimes, I feel that there is so much beauty in the buildings of Eastern Europe, but too few people to admire them. Probably, they got bored of drooling at such beauties that are present almost everywhere..especially, in Prague. Not a single soul to be seen around (but for the car!) when I was taking this picture. Looks like an architect’s representation of a new building about to be built.
When I entered the Rocky Mountain National Park, the temperature was -17°C. The wind was howling and ferocious, and I presume that the ‘real feel’ would have been close to -30°C or even less.
I just couldn’t stand those insanely freezing temperatures with the gloves off my hands (at times, I felt like I was being sprayed with liquid Nitrogen!!), as I had to grip my camera from slipping, and of course for a decent shot at the Road Ahead!!
Though I spent just about a week in Fort Collins, Colorado, the place has never failed to amaze me. Just a few kilometers west of Fort Collins lies the Horsetooth Reservior. I was told that the reservoir is a little over 6 miles long and spread across some 2000 acres approx.
It was a cold and sunny winter day when I visited the reservoir; what a perfect day for photography! Though not a pro at framing nature, I tried this shot from the middle of the road, the sides of which appeared to gracefully merge with the bluish tinge of the waters.
Prague (Praha) never fails to fascinate you. All eight corners of the old town square of Prague sports a beautiful mix of modern and fourteenth century architecture. Of special mention are those buildings with Gothic architecture. I’m told that Gothic architecture is peculiar in providing asymmetry to the stance of the building, giving the entire structure a surrealistic image – a strange mixture of art, culture and magic.
Take a look at the spire of this church Týnský Chrám, or Church of Our Lady Before Tyn in English..