Kaas & Thoseghar, Satara, India: What’s your colour? September 18th 2009 If you happen to be in Pune, India, between mid August and early October (if not, come over), I would urge you to take a day off for a colourful trip to Kaas Plateau & Thoseghar - home to a bloom of wild flowers & mighty waterfalls.
Just about 150 kms from Pune, these locations would rank amongst the best day trips that I have had. To enable me to roam freely and shoot pictures without hindranc ... read more
Asia » India » Maharashtra The Indus Valley civilization, one of the oldest in the world, dates back at least 5,000 years. Aryan tribes from the northwest invaded about 1500 B.C.; their merger with the earlier Dravidian inhabitants created the classical Indian culture. Arab in... ... read more
I am a marketing strategist by profession. Photography is my passion.
I have had no formal training in photography. When I was 14, my dad gave me his Rolleiflex. And a few books - collection of black & white photographs shot by renowned photographers of the world-war era.
I remember spending hours looking at those wonderful pictures. Where would be the source of light? Why are shadows so captivating? Why do the pictures look so stunning? Can I also make an attempt? Thus began my hobby shooting around light and shadows.
As I progressed, I realized the great outdoors was where I be... full info