Am thankful for this week challenge topic that made me realize how wonderful this year was. I have listed out some of my favourite destinations of the year 2017. 1. Castle at Kuringen Belgium: We were given an opportunity to plant a birth tree in name of our child born the previous year, organised byContinue reading “2017 Favourites”
A sculpture known as ‘searching for Utopia’ by Belgium artist Jan Fabre, was placed for exhibition in citadel (castle) of Namur, Belgium for a short period of time. This bronze sculpture is of the artist himself ascending a tortoise and enjoying the view from top of citadel. Utopia means ‘a place that actually does not exist,Continue reading “Searching for Utopia”
A skeleton in T-shirt within the coffin was spotted during halloween celebration in one of the houses in Belgium. I felt this skeleton had a cheeky expression and appeared as if it was trying to tell, ‘you are next!’.
Rays of setting sun accentuating the presence of Lord Krishna! Weekly photography challenge: Serene
It is easy to be creative at a very young age but challenging to sustain that creativity in adulthood. I really admire some transformations of empty things brought to life. The below picture was taken in a Zoo at Antwerp, Belgium. A tree stump is transformed into an art. The street lamp posts of BelgiumContinue reading “Transformation”
Some experiments done at home which has been successful and is used as decor in my house. LED lights inside empty wine bottle Kitchen glass jars filled with sand, water and some water plant Wooden frame hanged on wall and mirror paper butterflies glued around the frame. Weekly photography challenge: Experimental
Henna, also known as mehendi, made from the leaves of plant Lawsonia inermis is used for making temporary body art, popular in India and Middle East. Henna which is available in plastic cone is used for making body designs, especially on hands and feet. Henna is also available in the market as powder where the leavesContinue reading “Temporary henna tattoo”
Photography challenge: Peek Picture was taken at Maastricht, Netherlands. A metallic dragon, used as a decor, was half buried in the garden.
Glow Golf is a miniature golf with fluorescent light experience in Apeldoorn, Netherlands. Apparently Glow Golf is located in many regions in The Netherlands, but we choose Apeldoorn, as we were staying in a hotel near by this area. The fluorescent miniature golf gives an unique experience as you get to play and enjoy theContinue reading “Glow Golf”
Weekly Photography challenge: Waiting This picture was taken at Kaup beach, Karnataka, India. It was a stormy evening and a lady was selling street food, charmuri (South Indian snack). A street dog was wagging its tail and waiting for its turn.