Just a painted stork
in a topaz sky
when I turned back
you shouldn't leave with
For the garden
that longs for the moon
I give paper lanterns.
I love this one particularly as it gives the illusion of moonlight.
your dreams can float
Yellow Trailing Daisies appear when Summer ends, bringing along with itna wistful feeling.
This one is for Summer.
Just one hour left
to release my breath
my subdued wild heartbeats
that starved all summer
for the lemon peels in your skin
and the water mint in your sighs.
Just one hour left
one that isn’t easy as they think
with the time not hungry as I am
for the midnight jasmines in your hair.
I love close ups and am steadily progressing on getting some decent clicks.
I love the texture of icecubes and tried to play around with frozen objects.
Below click is of my bracelet made of sugar crystal sized beads.
When it comes to Macros, water drops takes the top spot. Dr B’s water drop on a twig is breathtakingly beautiful especially with its convex surface reflecting an inverted image of the trees .
I used the macro lens on my mobile phone camera for all the shots.
We have a stretch of wetlands bordering our nearest railway station.
As you walk along the sidewalks, this is the view that greets you in the evenings. Cormorants and egrets. Crepescular rays sometimes. The bogies of the passing local trains and beyond that, the Sahyadri mountain ranges.
The second picture is of a common mormon butterfly.
These are all from my gallery. They are not very old. They are from the last Sports Day that I attended at my son’s school before Corona halted everything .
The track is getting a retouch for the race.
The torch waiting for its flame.
Racing to the finish line.
Someone did this to an apple!
Took few bites from either sides.
Then placed it on the head of an exposed pipe on the pavement.
How many times have I seen the scene played out in movies..?
This was no work of an archer, but maybe I appreciate his sense of humour but not the lack of civic sense.
The colourful beads from my neck piece
This single peacock feather was a token of love from a friend.
Galaxy within a pendant.
Tea light candles
Red powder for making floral patterns which is called as rangoli.
Was showing refraction of light to my son. The floral design of my coffee mug behind a jug of water.
Chiaroscuro ..Shadow of a bough on a sodium vapour lamp.
Ice cubes in water.