Category Archives: photography

A Photo Essay on Friendship and Criticism

Some­times, a friend’s crit­i­cism cuts so deep, it hurts. It caus­es such anguish, that our love for the friend­ship momen­tar­i­ly turns to dust. Crit­i­cism can leave a per­ma­nent imprint. Nev­er­the­less, how­ev­er hurt we may be, crit­i­cism can smoothen the rough … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Learning about Photography

A pho­to­graph cap­tures a moment. Moments in time are fleet­ing, time pass­es you by, there is no oth­er way to be able to reflect and con­tem­plate a moment in time with­out the aid of pho­tog­ra­phy. Before pho­tog­ra­phy was invent­ed, man … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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What Is Wrong With This Picture?

When I was a kid, I loved to play a game that came in some comics and mag­a­zines: What’s wrong with the pic­ture? You had to spot illog­i­cal, unre­al, mis­matched and oth­er such odd­i­ties hid­den in small details in the … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Blog Camp Pune 2: Photo Post

Here are some pho­tographs I man­aged to click at Blog Camp Pune 2 when I could dis­en­gage myself from the talks. Snaps are host­ed on Flickr, please click to get high­er res­o­lu­tions. My thanks to all the ‘un’-organizers of the … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Roller Coaster Ride at Cedar Point

A few weeks back, when I real­ized that the world’s largest automak­er was head­ing towards bank­rupt­cy, I did a nos­tal­gic pho­­to-post of Gen­er­al Motors World Head­quar­ters at the Renais­sance Cen­ter and Detroit. This week, Six Flags, one of the world’s … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Dark Ages at the Renaissance Center, Detroit

Yesterday’s news about GM cut­ting 21,000 more jobs and killing the Pon­ti­ac brand evoked nos­tal­gia and some mixed feel­ings. So this is a pho­­to-sequel to my almost two year old post about life in Detroit.   For two years, I … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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