Posts Tagged "photography"

Kumortuli- Human Interventions to Divine Possibilities

Posted by on Oct 9, 2015 in Travel Tales | 3 comments

Kumortuli- Human Interventions to Divine Possibilities

There’s a slight crispness in the early morning air in Kolkata, almost making it comparable to the nip we are so fond of in Bangalore. The after-effects of the strong showers from the last afternoon hasn’t caused Calcutta to give up it’s resilience in coming back with the briny, balmy humidity, even before the clock strikes 8am.. That’s autumn in Bengal, a season which welcomes to the city the worship of a deity, who, we believe in all might, has slain the evil, and brought harmony and good to the world. It’s the season of amiable abundance; a time  for...

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London Kaleidoscope: Postcard memories in black and white…

Posted by on Aug 2, 2015 in Travel Tales | 6 comments

London Kaleidoscope: Postcard memories in black and white…

The best thing about being in London, is that it becomes familiar very quickly. It makes you feel at home. Settled in quickly. With different meanings to ‘settling’ in. You can be just another face in the crowd. Or be the perfect tourist. And, in both these cases, you are still ‘settled’-in…and connected. In  heart, soul, pulse and pace. It grows on you. The first day you fumble at the Oyster card machine. Two days later you know the exact change to carry to the Pret-e-manger next door for your coffee and croissant. A week later, you don’t feel like...

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