Honestly this was one of the prompts that I used to eagerly wait every single week till a couple of years back and I hardly missed posting any during that time. But then, priorities got shifted and I lost touch. Yesterday, while going through my archives, I happened to read one of my WPC posts and I knew the next step right then and there…!!!
So here it is, my humble attempt to interpret a tricky topic for this week’s WPC – “Pedestrian”
Till now, Pedestrian the word related to mostly Street and its life and street photography has always been interesting for me…so here is my version
Bored to Sleep
Well, spotted this old lady sitting right in front of Gateway of India and unaffected to the chaos and crowd around her. Infact, with the habit of carrying bottles, there was hardly anyone in the crowd buying water from her. Bored and tired from her pedestrian routine, she finally dozed off to a good 10-min nap.
Taking a cure from Krista’s point of view and in continuation with the earlier shot, would like to share a picture of a historical place which is “Anything but Pedestrian” – Gateway of India
2 days back…29th April 2016 to be precise it was International Dance Day and this week’s Photo Challenge is about Admiration….so when you add up the two, the only person I could think of was my dance idol , my Guru – Smt Nivedita Mukherjee aka Shampadi for me…
Thanks Di for being a part of my life…blessed to be your student!!
Frankly speaking, Green is my least favourite colour when it comes to making choices for my wardrobe…. 😛
Having said that, I totally love the hues of Green the nature is painted in especially during the monsoons….its just refreshing and healing in the least!!
Sorry to be not able to capture “Out of the Box”,but below is my collection of “Greeny” captures….
It’s green down the road….
Clicked during one of my weekend early morning trips to the local Joggers’ Park, I found this pair of leaves clicked as it is on the border of the lake….made me pretty philosophical though!!
This was clicked in Mom’s garden during the onset of monsoons this year….one of my fav captures 🙂
Dash of green
This was clicked on my way back from one of my cycling trips. The twig belongs to the “Tulsi” plant , considered as one of the holiest plants in the Hindu rituals and to spot this lying on the ground among the dust, brought an ironic smile to my face!!
In continuation to my design series, well here is the second and the final part.
Rangoli is an art of adorning houses with numerous dry colours which are mostly in powder form. It is a popular tradition in Western India and designs generally depict various floral motifs,birds, Gods and mythological stories.
As usual Ragini came up with a brilliant piece of Rangoli art…..kudos to the girl
Well, the festive season is almost over and even the decorations are coming down, the bottles of goodies are nearing empty and I am already too sick of sweets and pharal 😉
Современные пьесы — блог Алексея Марковича, где автор выкладывает фото и видео спектаклей, поставленные по его произведениям. Алексей Маркович, 39 лет. Писатель, сценарист, переводчик, режиссёр театра SCI-FI THEATER (Орегон, США). Алексей проводит творческие вечера, на которых читает свои рассказы.