This was taken at Asia Plateau, Panchgani. We went to Asia's widest plateau as a college trip and I was not disappointed. There was so much scope for photography. Be it silhouettes of a horse or a photograph like this one with stalks against the hard Sun. Truly an enriching experience walking up there. Just me and my camera.
Calcutta. Travel includes looking at your own surrounding and understanding what makes it what it is. Culture. History. Everything gets encompassed in travel. So here's Victoria Memorial, a very important mark of Calcutta's past. Brilliant architecture. Was tough to capture it with this reflection with the trees on the sides and no people in the frame. But I managed it :)
The sands of Goa. It reminds me of topographical maps that I had learnt to interpret in class 10 because it looks like rivers with a dendritic pattern. Go look up your textbooks if you must! Goa: a must-see destination in India.
The windmills of time. I honestly do not know even which state I was(Maharashtra or Karnataka) but this was taken from the bus I was on from Pune to Bangalore. It captured the essence of travelling for me because it allowed me to see something through the camera's lenses that I could not have stopped to see. I wish I could have made the scene and made the bus stop and run to the other side of the road, climbed this hill and touched the windmill. But I suppose the 'zoom' option allowed something close enough... :)
Another one where I do not know which state I was in since it was taken from a moving train from Bhubaneshwar, Orissa, to Bangalore, Karnataka. It shows the boats which symbolize a different way of life from mine, a different means of transportation, a different livelihood from people in the society I am sadly a part of. I envy the ones on those boats. They can truly feel alive in the serene surroundings that they are amidst...