Hosier ‘street art’ lane

Hosier lane is a lane in Melbourne Central Business District (CBD) dedicated to street art. It is so colourful and is a great spot for amazing pictures with the graffitis. Every time I have visited Hosier lane, the street is filled with different street art. Every art painted changes and each artist overwrites the previous artist’s…

The colorful lights!

Another best thing about winters in Sydney is the Sydney Vivid festival. An annual festival held from end of May till mid of June, is the festival during which the light projections meet the art and technology. The projections are mainly in the Sydney Central Business District (CBD) – especially on the Sydney Opera House,…

Photo Diary: Machu Picchu

Since Machu Picchu is so beautiful and one of the seven wonders, I thought it deserved a separate post. Built in the 15th century, Machu Picchu is the Inca citadel. It is situated at 7970 feet above the sea level. For the complete guide for the Inca trail to Machu Picchu – refer my detailed…

Photo Diary: Valparaiso

Valparaiso is definitely the Mecca of street art. Every lane, staircase and building has a graffiti on it and each one of them is more beautiful than the other. Valparaiso is a port city in Chile. It is one of the major cities and is known for its colourful and breathtaking clifftop homes. Lonely Planet…

Street art in Santiago đź’•

I have told this many times – I love street arts. Taking pictures of some cool arts around the city is something I definitely love and enjoy. Santiago was no different. I have tried to capture the city’s beauty by taking some pictures of the art.  

Colourful streets of Adelaide!

I had never imagined I would see so many graffitis on the streets of Adelaide. Every street in the city, had at least one graffiti! Agreed, that’s exaggeration. Let me correct myself here – most of the streets in the city had at least one graffiti. They were massive, colourful and pretty. I have always…

Whale watching – 2017

I had posted a picture on Instagram a while ago: “I don’t care what anyone thinks of me. Except whales… I want whales to like me.” And I really meant it. I definitely want the whales to like me because I like them that much. And this is the reason why I go for whale…

Doors of Ladakh

I am obsessed with doors <Period>. I have always had a habit of getting my pictures clicked with the colorful doors. In India, I feel the decor of the doors are a way of people showing their decorative aspects of their houses. They are just so beautiful and creative. Be it the design or the…

Picture perfect Ladakh!

I love everything about Ladakh! And its a no surprise as everyone loves Ladakh. The people, the culture and the breathtaking landscapes – everything about the place is magical. Ladakh provides an ample opportunity for photographs and any picture taken from any camera is picture perfect. These 32 photographs definitely proves that there is no…

Sydney Vivid – 2017

A photo diary from this year’s Sydney vivid festival – a festival of lights and music across the famous landmarks of Sydney. Circular Quay: Opera House: The Harbour bridge: Darling Harbour: Botanical garden:      

Photo Diary: Cherry blossom in Japan

Cherry blossom is also known as sakura. This flower turns pink and white during the spring season in Japan. The best time to view the cherry blossoms is in the months of March to April. “Hanami” is an old tradition in Japan that has been carried along from centuries. The custom is picnicking under a…

Photo Diary: Hampi

Hampi, also known as Hampe, is an ancient town in the northern part of Karnataka, in India. It is the former capital of Vijayanagara Empire. The town is a home for numerous ruined temples and buildings. It plays a very important role in the history of India and is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage…

Photo Diary: Lake Macquarie 

I was craving for a road trip. After talking to Rahul on a Friday, I booked a car from one of the car rentals. We had decided to go for one day road trip – nothing too far, about 2 to 3 hours of drive each way. On Sunday, we picked up the car at…

Photo Diary: Noosa Heads

Noosa Heads is a beautiful town in the Shire of Noosa in the state of Queensland in Australia. The nearest airport from Noosa Heads is Sunshine Coast. Sunshine Coast airport is about 30 minutes (by road) from Noosa Heads. Noosa Heads is popular tourist attraction for its pristine beaches and wildlife. It has a huge population of koalas…

Head-on Photo festival

Thanks to my friend Mukul, who informed me about the Head-on photo festival. After searching through my images, Mukul and I finalized on my three entries for Portrait theme. Below are my entries for this year’s (2016) head-on photo festival were:    

Jupiter with (almost) full moon

On 23rd February 2016, Jupiter was about 2 degrees to a nearly full moon. The moon was just one night past the full moon. A picture from that night and yes, I managed to take a picture with Jupiter’s four moons around it.  

I love Pelicans

Pelicans are one of the common birds found in Australia. They are the large water birds, frequenting inland and coastal waters. My friends and I saw many many pelicans during our camping trip in Green Patch, Jervis Bay. Few of my pictures of the beautiful bird:  

Nature Photography Challenge 2016

One of my friends Evl-lynne, nominated me for the Nature Photography Challenge. The rules were: Post a nature themed photograph for next 7 days Nominate another person each day My pictures from the challenge: