Let it snow

One of the most memorable days during my visit to Yellowstone was our second morning — when the fog and mist were low and thick, giving the whole park a magical quality. This photo somehow reminds me of Christmas. So as we start this long week, I give you a bit of holiday cheer.


Looking at the Grand Prismatic Springs, in the early morning light with no-one around is a sight to behold. Despite the harsh wind, the magic of steam, and colors of the microbes living in the spring made it a wonderful experience, and I quite enjoyed making photos in what is arguably one of the most … Continue reading Waterworld

Swan Lake

This is #5 of my Yellowstone series. This photo came towards the end of a long day, and as the light got softer, and the sun started to hide behind the mountains, we stopped and watched a group of swans and ducks do their thing. And then this solo swan against the backdrop of dark … Continue reading Swan Lake

The jagged edge

Yellowstone National Park is one of the most photographed landscapes and for me, I needed to find a view into this unique world that was visible to the eye of my mind. Abstract, and yet so real. This is #4 of my Yellowstone series.

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