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Showing posts from December 9, 2012

To the Unknown and Beyond

(Leica D-Lux 5)We are so risk-avert in human nature that the best part of life which can only be experienced in the uncharted waters is so commonly missed. There are as much fear and suffering as wisdom and growth through the journey of uncertainty. The author of this post is not saying this as a spectator but from his first-hand experience. The young chap in the photo has gone through two unsuccessful surgeries and still fighting against the difficulties in life with gusto and his combative best, with the author a backup and companion.If you are in a difficulty or two, stay calm and make sure that you know life is unfair – that's why you're not alone in fighting through it.  We all are putting up a fight.

The Obvious Question

(Sony A55)Who will win?


(Leica D-Lux 5)

One of the things that keep captivating to me about shooting on the street is seeing how varied facial expressions can be.  They tell what the mood the owner is in for that particular day.  The culmulative observation after an hour of shooting usually reminds the observer of how casually it actually is for a good day or bad falling on someone.  Which has the effect of telling one the reason to fret and fume is in fact casual too.  Comes the understanding, comes the peaceful mind.


(Leica D-Lux 5)
Busyness half gone, half ahead.

To the Left, To the Right

(Leica D-Lux 5)Will fate make them meet and fall in love one day?

A Dizzy Photographer's Eye

(Leica D-Lux 5)A picture is worthier than a thousand words. Nevin is suffering from a cold.

It's a Long Road

(Sony A55)And this is Sunday too, so let's hole up and conserve some energy.