It’s all about life and light, isn’t it..!
..the difference would be, how well it is then composed and captured into a frame.. as a reminiscence.
It's a treat to watch how the story unfolds right in front of you. After a pretty long discussion.. they went into a kick boxing session.
Veiled by the mist, the mystic beauty of nature. Posted in Skywatch
“Traveling. It leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta A scene from my last trip to Austria. Check out the EuroTrip videos here. Posted in Skywatch
Petra is one of the new seven wonders of the world. From what I’ve learned, Petra was the capital of the Nabatean Kingdom, which was both rich and powerful. This ancient rose city (from the color of the rock formations) that spread across hundreds...
The frost locked the lock of 'friendship'; reminds me of a quote... "You can't get too much winter in the winter." - Robert Frost Posted in SundayStills and Weekly Photo Challenge
Lavaux is the largest contiguous vineyard region in Switzerland, covering 800 hectares and its daringly constructed hillside terraces have been protected by UNESCO since 2007. Posted in Sunday Stills & Skywatch Friday
It's just the refraction of light through millions of droplets, explains the simplistic perfection of the creations beyond our imagination. Posted in SundayStills
…not really! 🙂 It was just a warm welcome… this is what I usually get, when i’m out there.
It was lovely and chill-y evening at the top of Harder Kulm, Interlaken. Posted in SundayStills 🙂
The Harley Iron 883™ model is the anti-chrome motorcycle—decked in black from front to back with a defiant attitude that embraces the pure essence of riding. This Black powder-coated 883 was a treat for the eyes and when the engine started, it...
A magical moment from my recent trip to Switzerland. Mount Pilatus (German: Pilatus) is a mountain overlooking Lucerne in Central Switzerland. The top can be reached with the Pilatus railway, the world's steepest cogwheel railway, from...
Ladakh - a high altitude desert, with an altitude averaging 3000 m or 11,000 ft above sea level.
Cute Yellow!! The word butterfly came from the English word Buttorfleoge. Perhaps because, in mediaeval times, butterflies could be seen hovering around butter-churns or that their excrement is yellowish in colour. I found some Cool facts about...
The depressed ones... in the rain forest. Posted in Sunday Stills 🙂
Have you ever thought about Earth without the Sun? I believe, this is one of the major factor that we take for granted! We can think of loads n loads of things, but they wouldn't be the same without the warmth, light and energy from the Sun or Sol....