Thursday, April 30, 2009


This tree was standing tall defending himself against those roaring clouds ready to pour everything that they had on what seemed to them an insignificant existence; while the tree putting up a rather valiant effort to fend-off the obvious.
Personally, I just loved the combination of this tree and the thundering clouds at the backdrop. I had clicked this one at the b/w tone simply to create the desired effect.

Monday, April 27, 2009


Here, there is not much of an intense thought process involved as far as the tag goes. The tag is almost self-explanatory, representing a cluster of marble pieces concentrated at one place. Its just an abstract and a visual portrayal of the word 'Cluster'. As far as particulars are concerned, this picture had been taken at this suburban restaurant that I had visited.

Sunday, April 26, 2009


Often we view our lives in varied dimensions. We all have diverse perspectives, individualistic ideas and more often than not, conflicting opinions about well, everything. And all these varied and wide-ranging dimensions circumscribe a life.
Actually, to be quite honest I didn't at all intend to take this picture, it's just that I was walking on the road altering a few camera settings to click something else, but there I found this, I guess was just lucky enough to click this one!!!

Monday, April 6, 2009


Four elevated water pipes neatly synchronized in a well-defined style, as if to lend firmness and solidity to the edifice. That's all that I was thinking while taking this picture. It was just a casual walk alongside the station road when I noticed this strucutre and was quite amused by its design. Not that, there was any novelty element in it but i quite liked this false impression of 'seemingly' following a chain of command that was created by these water pipes. As for particulars this place is the Railway Colony at Bandra.

Friday, April 3, 2009


Here, the layout of the structure speaks for its title. I just loved the way how the entire wall has been engraved into a partly slabbed, partly holed arrangement giving it a very porous look for anything to pass through and back again. Generally such walls are found at several places, forming a part of what one may call the retro architecture. But at times, the most simplest of architecture can look most stunning.