Ever since I remember, Dance has been an integral part of my life. It is my solace to everything else around me and yet it has kept me tied to the realities of life as well. From being a performer to capturing other artistes through my lens has been an amazing journey. Infact, my experiences behind the lens has added to my experience in front of it.
Here, I have posted a few pics from an elegant and classical dance form of Eastern India – Odissi. These I found in my archives when I was searching for a particular pose and I knew I had to post them. There were hundreds of shots but I clearly knew my favorites….lot more are in pipeline…so keep watching this space 🙂
Dance ….my tryst with Divinity…..
Lovely evening….walk down the lanes…cool breeze spoiling my hair and the smell of the rains around me….this is how Life should be!!
“A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving.”
– Lao Tzu
This was the first quote that sprung in my mind when I read the topic and it is indeed true because a journey gets its identity when the traveller embarks on it. It can be a journey of relationships,nature,life or a simple walk down the road.
Here is my take on “Journey”
Journey of the day....beginning or end?
This one is a sunset captured at Marine Drive,Mumbai. Sunsets have always been a favourite of mine and it leaves me with a single question everytime….
Is this the end of the journey or the beginning to a new one?
Journey of life
This pic was clicked at a joggers park near my locality and has been a particular favourite of mine. It actually determines her grit and determination to take on the opposite direction even after she has already walked a considerable part of the universal journey – Life
Journey of Relations
Two friends walking on the beach at sunset as they have been doing all through their lives by just being there for each other. This picture means a lot to me since some old relations saw the end of their journey and some new relations began theirs after this trip.
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”