Mostly, we ignore the clamor of screaming notices trying to grab a fraction of our attention. This notice on a pillar in front of elevators was not any different until I stepped back to see the melding texture of the pillar and the wall behind it. The dimensions were lost. Luckily, I was carrying myContinue reading “#031/365: From post to a pillar.”
Something always attracted me about this scene at night. A distant call or a premonition or something ominous.
In the stillness of the night, there is an expectation of a stir.
On a cold rainy night, all have left for home. With the reflected lights on the pavement the abandoned parking lot offers a romantic picture opportunity.
Just a play on words. I could not decide whether only two rows make it ‘Tic-Tac-Two’ or ‘Tic-Tac-Tow’. Since I see these containers hauled everyday by the little motorized truck, I decided on ‘tow’. (iPhone)
This picture is sort of a puzzle. I took this photograph with my iPad2. The notes relate to a project I am working on to unravel a secret of Nature.
A partially frozen river in winter. The contrast of dark running water alternating with lighter surface ice and reflections of lights create a nostalgic scene.
Every town has a small fascinating landmark. I have been always fascinated by this tiny chapel that quietly sits unnoticed by most who walk by the busy street. I have taken pictures of this chapel before but it looked even prettier in the foggy night.
In the bench series, here is another picture. It was foggy last night and I stepped out after dinner to take a few pictures. This is not exactly a Brassai photo, but I tried. I wish there were a few people somewhere in the scene.
Last summer, I picked up running with a few friends. The trail we followed is in a densely wooded area in the city. Sometimes, we would catch a breath on this bench. I have been missing my runs during the winter. After a snowfall, I expected a few interesting photographs on the trail. So, IContinue reading “#022/365: A visit to old bench.”
I am not the most organized person in the world. As reminders, I like to keep items related to my current and a few future projects in my view. That does not necessarily mean that I embark on all the projects I dream of. Usually these things are placed in the form of a heapContinue reading “#021/365: Paraphernalia.”
A routine walk to cafeteria to fetch a coffee presented this view. Fresh crisp snow, overcast sky of Midwest January, and sharp contrast of thin dark lines of patio furniture are always pleasing to eyes. The tiny bump of snow made by a salt shaker on the table adds to this interesting scene. (iPhone)