Photography Category

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.

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Photography: 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)

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Photo Insight: 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 […]

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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 […]

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Photography: Butterfly

Everyone needs change. Every new day is an opportunity to be a better version. Faith to faith. Strength to strength. The Butterfly is a fine representation of transformation. Metamorphosis. Man tries to create a universal standard, only to eventually fall into the cracks that can be repaired only by God.

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Photography: Black and White

Someone had left their glasses on the ledge. It felt as if the eyes took a break, and so the glasses were resting too. Don’t worry about tomorrow. Today is live, and needs us alive. We were created to enjoy today. There is hope for those who rest in the light of the day.

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Photography: Have you seen a Skink?

When I saw it for the first time, I was awed by its shiny look. After multiple attempts, managed to get a clear shot with my Nikon D5500, 55-300mm.

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At the Kolkata Zoo

The Calcutta Zoo is the oldest in India, opened in 1876. No. What? It’s not? It’s the Trivandrum Zoo that is the oldest, dates back to 1857. The first time I visited the Kolkata Zoo, I loved it. It was way better in terms of general health of the animals and maintenance of the Zoo. […]

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Photography: Breaking Dawn

The sun slowly dispelling the darkness. I like the minimalist approach. The ability to tell, without saying much.

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Photos: By the banks of the Hooghly river

I stopped by the banks of the river Hooghly, down Diamond Harbour Road in Kolkata. I did not get far enough where the River meets the Bay of Bengal. The Diamond Harbour Port Trust is the oldest operating port in India. It is around 50km away from Kolkata. Ofcourse, the Papdi chaats not to be […]

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