Photography: Rooster

This rooster was busy feeding among the greens in the backyard, along with a hen. The moment he heard me behind him, turned it’s head suddenly. It stood there in that position for a minute. Enough for me to get this shot. Intense. Alert. Being protective and possessive of the hen feeding alongside. Advertisements


Hope anchors the soul

I couldn’t resist taking this picture. It had just stopped raining and I stepped out with my camera. Behold! I see this little plant sprouting through some crushed stones. “When hope is crushed, the heart is crushed, but a wish come true fills you with joy.” (Proverbs‬ ‭13:12‬)

Jobless, doesn’t mean you are Godless!

You are either too expensive, Or you are either too old, don’t be discouraged, your life is more precious than gold Time is a privilege, to explore within, to stop from the chase, to look deep and dive-in Don’t map your worth, on the standards of this world, there is a greater beyond, a beauty […]

AnomalyCity: Headhunting, the state of the human heart

I’ve often walked by this part of the road, never noticed it, until I did. This sight of a (doll) child’s head on display. It takes a troubled mind to put it up on display. I was reminded of the practice of Headhunting, which was a way of life for many native tribes across the […]

AnomalyCity: Statue of Man eating human babies

Bern, Switzerland has a statue of a man eating human babies. No one knows why! Kindlifresserbrunnen means, “Fountain of the Eater of Little Children”. A 500 year old statue in the middle of the street, with no credible historical record of why and how it came into being. What is the education here?People censor and […]

AnomalyCity: Bus Stop Lounge

Another sight to behold on the AnomalyCity series. A bus stop that has additional features. A tea and snacks corner, seating for several, and the most confusing of it all, a barrier. It’s almost as if it’s a mental and physical challenge of sorts. As you wait, keep calm, get comfortable, but when the bus […]

AnomalyCity: Ambassador for the dead

Necessity is truly the mother of invention. ‘Jugaad’ in the true sense is made possible when one really needs to get something done, no matter what! There is always something interesting around us, if we care to look. I noticed this ambassador turned hearse-wagon parked on the road, and managed to take a picture in […]

Photography: You are being watched

Person of Interest on Prime Video has an 8.4 rating. All about a super intelligent AI that’s taking over the world. It’s closer to the truth, that’s why it’s fiction. I don’t believe AI can ever take over the world without a human person controlling it. Nevertheless, we are all being watched. Maybe not as […]

Photography: Avian Bullying

Bullying, a habitual nature to harm or intimidate someone vulnerable. I was taking a photo of the mynah, adjusting the zoom, and then fixing the focus manually. It stood tall, scanning the horizon. Looking for its next flight stop I presume. Suddenly a black drongo appeared and perched itself beside the mynah. The mynah immediately […]

Cause-ing Creativity: Say No to Alcoholism

If you are a nonprofit, there is a simple way to UP your social media awareness efforts. It isn’t easy to break through the clutter, but getting creative has the potential to make the required difference for your presence online. Non-designer tools like Canva and Spark Post, among a host of others, provides the creative […]