Grain storage, water buffalos, chicken and plantain- a slice of India’s rural life.
I wanted to make an ‘epic’ shot. But, a 50 mm lens on APS-C sensor does not do that, yikes! I wish I had mounted a wider angle lens on my camera. On the other hand, slight compression of perspective blends the window display and the bustle of the sidewalk. Everyone is doing something, includingContinue reading “#184/365: Bustle of the street.”
Driving through rural America is an experience in itself. I am hoping to put a few pictures of the heartland during next few days.
Something always attracted me about this scene at night. A distant call or a premonition or something ominous.
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.
We have to keep in step with Friday the 13th. The lonely building seems to be haunting the memory. Leafless dark branches of oak tree create a surreal atmosphere. (iPhone)