When you have a macro lens at your disposal for a day, what would you do? Like any other sane soul, I too did the obvious. I went around looking for the “micro” insects! Now I found this guy trying … Continue reading
The tea cup addition was by my father. He saw me taking the pics. Just placed the glass in the center and left. So I thought … why not?
Earlier today we were playing around with a reflector we bought to see how it fares in real life conditions. I am more than happy with the result. Taken using a Nikkor 105mm macro lens.
I have been seeing many female photographers creating fantastic pics based on their form that I was tempted at trying my hand at it. This image forms the part of the series ‘‘ . Let me know how I am … Continue reading
It’s scary as well as exciting to the free and unattached in life. A floating leaf seen on the Malankara dam reservoir.
Artsy Fartsy. Indeed! A happy accident during a photography outing near Malankara dam, Idukki, Kerala. I was trying to fix the tripod on the reservoir water with my camera strapped on my shoulder. Sometime during this I think the shutter … Continue reading
A butterfly is seen looking for food in one of the flowers that bloomed in Venniyani Mala, Cheppukulam near Thodupuzha. Venniyani Mala is rich in its biodiversity with plenty of flowers and a plethora of fluttering butterflies. It is a … Continue reading
I am planning a series called – Ente Montha (My Face) – where-in only my face will be featured. I hope to explore various emotions through the series. All the photos of the series are available .
… is me! Its true when they say, subjects in the mirror are not closer than they appear to be! Its been months since I did something cheerful with my camera; if only you can call self mug shots that! … Continue reading
She posed for me! I was taking some snaps of our backyard when this cat came and sat there for almost 15mins looking at my camera. Well,…when someone asks me to click them, how can I not? 🙂
Sun is having a little siesta time!