It was nearly four years ago I visited the Faroe Islands on a photography trip. I had been using a Fuji XT-1 camera at that time and was still on a quest to find my proverbial visual voice. I didn’t much care about the photos I took at that time. Earlier this week, I wrote … Continue reading Faroes
Alaska has many glaciers and sometimes, just sometimes, you get lucky to get the right view, the right light, and the right composition. I got lucky when I visited Alaska in 2018. I don’t have anything to add — except bask in nature’s bounty.
I was passing through the wonderful town of Boulder, Utah and stopped for a coffee. I saw a flyer for a local fundraising event for coyotes. I took a snapshot of the said flyer and thought it would be fun to share these facts from coyote lovers with this image I made in Yellowstone National … Continue reading Why Coyotes are amazing
Why I captured this moment? I loved the idea of a couple walking into the future, fog and all, not clear about what lies ahead, but still taking the plunge. I guess, I am a diehard romantic and look for love stories everywhere. This photograph started life on a Kodak Tri-X 400 film, captured … Continue reading Into the Fog