Monthly Archives: July 2012

Inside Agra Fort: A saga of sieges and plunder

As a student of history, I found myself snoring through most of my lessons in school. Especially the chapters on the long and laborious Indian past. There was so much packed into those text books in the middle years of … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

It’s a beautiful Saturday morning. Robert Plant and Alison Krauss are filling up my senses as I post this picture of my writer husband’s eyes. Have a great weekend wherever you are 🙂 Went to the fortune teller To have … Continue reading

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Indian Street photography: the shutter in the clutter

With a camera, a fleeting moment transforms into a permanent memory of life, captured like a butterfly in a net. The streets, particularly in India offer enormous opportunities for candid photography. The diversity and plethora of cultures and subcultures can … Continue reading

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Mumbai rains: revel in the muck

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