“Time is an illusion.” ― Albert Einstein
When I go for a walk with my camera, I try to capture the world around me. The shadows, the reality, figures disappearing into the crowd, birds returning to their nests after sunset, time lurking beneath timelessness. Somehow, it’s my own process to freeze time on papers. Continue reading “Clues”
Once one amazing co-passenger told me, “Water looks beautiful if you look at it from land. The opposite experience is equal dull.” Continue reading “In-between land, water, and clouds”
It was one foggy Thursday in San Francisco yesterday, we both completed an important work and had the rest of the day free.
While sitting inside the busy Starbucks, I was browsing on internet to find a place to go, to give my eyes rest, somewhere without wifi and all connectivity, somewhere close to nature. Travelling around 20 miles was not an option since the next day, Friday, was not a holiday. And then just when I almost decided to spend the rest of the day at some cafe in Sausalito, my husband drove me to this place. Continue reading “San Francisco: One Afternoon on Tiled Steps”
During long road trips , I enjoy looking out of the car window and searching for something interesting ! It is fun if you do not drive ! There are fleeting moments around us that we miss noticing while living a pretty still ,normal life. Continue reading “Fleeting shots.”