“What do sad people have in common? It seems they have all built a shrine to the past and often go there and do a strange wail and worship. What is the beginning of Happiness? It is to stop being so religious like that.” Hafez
Maine 2018: Another one from Maine series. There was something about this boggy side of the road that made us stop and look and capture this beautiful location. When I was pressing the shutter button, I was thinking I hope the camera captures what my eyes have locked away. I think it is pretty close, … Continue reading A brush with Maine
“Silence is essential for deep transformation. It allows the practice of conscious breathing to become deep and effective. Like still water that reflects things as they are, the calming silence helps us to see things more clearly, and therefore, to be in deeper contact with ourselves and those around us.” ~ Nhat Hanh
Maine 2018: Only the best people. And the best hosts. And the best ambassadors for their state. And oh, also amazing photographers! I am thankful for your friendship Rebecca Lily and Johnny Patience. .
One of the most magical sights — at least for me — is the confluence of Rivers Indus and Zanskar. The two rivers have very distinct colors, whether you are looking down from the mountain road that hugs the mountain on its side, or right from the beach. Here is my blog post about the confluence. … Continue reading Confluence
A collection of photos made on the fourth day of my visit to Ladakh in October 2018. As always, they were made on my trusted Leica M-A with 50mm Summicron. I prefer to shoot wide open, even when focusing at infinity. All photos were made on Kodak Portra 400 and developed at Richard Photo Lab. … Continue reading A day in Ladakh, caught on film