Lens-Artists Challenge #174 Shapes and Designs

Hello friends, Another week and another exciting theme! For this week’s photo challenge, Patti asks us to take a closer look at shapes and designs. Rightly said, “Once you start noticing them, you’ll find them in many places–in nature, in works of art, in food, in architecture–to name a few.” Here are some of my […]

My Kind of Blue

Blue is grace. Blue is calm. It is magnanimous. It is the sky it is water, deep oceans, and lots of laughter. Blue is royal, It is cool, we have Monday blues and blue bruises on the face, Blue is the color of Goddess Kali. I have yet to come across a soul who doesn’t […]

Architecture in Orange

One of the famous temples in Shimla, a gorgeous hill station in Himachal Pradesh, India. I liked the different statues of God and Goddesses carved on the temple gate. The big brass bell also gets noticed as soon as you reach the gate. The tall minaret in the header is situated at Daulatabad Fort, Aurangabad, […]

SAND AND DIRT

I would love to go to the mountains anytime but that doesn’t mean that I don’t enjoy beaches. The sun, sand, and sea are the perfect ingredients for a cool weekend trip to any coastal destination. A desert is also a good option if you really want to fall in love with sand. If you […]

Bokeh in Photography

Bokeh has roots in Japan that can be defined as “the way the lens renders out-of-focus points of light.” The word originated from the Japanese word boke which means “haze” or “blur.” [BO – KEH].) That’s what Google search says about Bokeh photography. Now the next obvious question is how to create the Bokeh effect […]

Lens-Artists: A Day from The Week

Festivities are in full swing at this time of the year. In the west people are celebrating Halloween while here in India we are glittering and shining in Diwali celebrations. Who doesn’t feel happy and gay during festivals? Therefore a theme as exciting as this one brings all the more reason to share one of […]