Ephemeral


Ephemeral” anΒ  interesting word to shoot for Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge .
It was early morning and i had just finished my cup of tea, i went into kitchen to get something to eat, I heard sound of tap dripping, i looked around and saw drops of water falling into the cup filled with water. It looked very attractive but it was Ephemeral, getting a still shot of it took a lot of effort but finally I got one to share πŸ™‚

The day had just began well, I was happy with the morning shoot, but wanted to get some more, the tree standing outside balcony had turned half yellow in color, its leaves have started to fall off , the few that were still attached to its branches will not hold for long another Ephemeral moment of life.

Please do share your thoughts, you can find more of my DP Weekly Photo Challenge at below links:
Rain Drop
Mauve
Dead Center
Rule of Thirds!

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Its Fresh!


With the arrival of spring, new flowers and fresh leaves are all around us. This is the best time to capture the freshness of nature. Presenting some shots from the new arrivals in my balcony πŸ™‚


For more such images, please visit Daily Post : Fresh
Help Help Help! Its funny, but i actually don’t know names of these flowers :p

White rose from terrace garden
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Rule of Thirds!



Check out more imagery at the Daily Post.

Also you can check earlier posts for DP Challenge:
Symmetry
Scale!
Express Yourself!
Depth!

Bangles
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DP Photo Challenge: Symmetry


With this weeks Daily Post Challenge, I am inaugurating my new Nikon D3200. I have tried to showcase the Symmetry that is commonly present around us but mostly unnoticed. Please do share you thoughts πŸ™‚

Also check out some more imagery on Symmetry

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Feather Touch!


It’s 2015!

It’s been long since I posted anything here. And with the arrival of the New year, I decided to break all barriers that laziness has created within me, and showcase a few of my recent clicks.

Winter is at its peak in India, with no sunshine in Delhi in quite a few days. One day, after lunch, I was comfortably lying on my bed inside the quilt, when I saw bright light entering through theΒ  window. The warmth rejuvenated my mood. That is when I noticed the peacock feather that had been lying at the corner of the window. The light made it look wonderful. For full 10-15 minutes I had been admiring it, before the thought of capturing it struck me.

Here are the 5 best shots out of more than 30 attempts at capturing the feather’s beauty.

If I had to choose a favourite, it would be the photo with the top view angle. Also, the one with sun glare came out well. Sun glares fascinate me, and I enjoy capturing them.

I’d love to hear your thoughts and feedback on the pictures. Which one do you prefer? Or perhaps you have one of your own. Please do share them in comments.

Here’s to a great new year. Hope you fly high! πŸ™‚