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Photography: Now and Then

A lot has changed in the post-pandemic world. Travel meant going on international trips while now it is about sightseeing locally.

Photography: Now and Then

Glastonbury, Connecticut, USA

Photography: Now and Then

Tranquility in Kuwait

What started to worsen sometime in spring around the world has just sadly continued on as we near winter.

Photography: Now and Then

Sunset in Kuwait

Photography: Now and Then

Windy day in Kuwait

Linking to Lens-Artists Challenge #124: Now and Then, Which Way Photo Challenge, Weekend Sky, Shadow Shot Sunday

Photography: Inspiration

Photography: Inspiration

Somewhere over Europe

While things have changed rapidly this year as far as air travel is concerned, I still am truly inspired as far as air travel is concerned. Other than being simply able to go from point A to point B, air travel helps to fulfill dreams of travel to far off places.

Photography: Inspiration

At a restaurant in New York

I have always loved and been inspired to try different cuisines. And this is what I did when I went last year to New York.

Photography: Inspiration

Somewhere along the US East Coast

Road trips have always been my idea of exploring a country and definitely inspirational. And when I got a chance to do the same during my trip to the US East Coast, it was definitely fun unlimited.

Photography: Inspiration

Kuwait

I have always loved sitting by the sea and hearing the sound of the waves hitting the shore. It’s definitely up there as among the most peaceful things to do. It inspires you to think so many things and dream so many dreams.

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Photography: Daytime

This week at Lens-Artists, we have a challenge to use either 1 or all the below words and share our clicks:

Comfortable

Growing

Tangled

Crowded

Exuberant

So here are my shots:

Comfortable

Photography: Daytime

Off the coast of Kuwait

Being comfortable isn’t the way to learn to expand your abilities.

Thomas Wellnowski

Crowded

Photography: Pick a Word...

Times Square, New York City

There are basically two types of people. People who accomplish things, and people who claim to have accomplished things. The first group is less crowded.

Mark Twain

Exuberant

Photography: Pick a Word...

Central Park, New York City

“Keep up your enthusiasm! There is nothing more contagious than exuberant enthusiasm.”

Harry Houdini

Linking to Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #112: Pick a Word…, Shadow Shot Sunday, August Photo A Day Challenge Day 29: Reflections, Which Way Photo Challenge, A Photo A Week Challenge: Vacation Memories, Jo’s Monday Walk and Water Water Everywhere #43

Photography: Farms in Kuwait

Photography: Farms in Kuwait

If you think about Kuwait’s weather, all you can imagine is the heat.

Photography: Farms in Kuwait

I will leave it to your imagination as to how you would deal with the 50 degree Celsius heat we see here every summer.

Photography: Farms in Kuwait

But Kuwait has quite a few months of winter as well when the weather is perfect for visiting the numerous parks and beaches.

The one thing which was quite a surprise was the fact that Kuwait has many farms as well. And farms whose pictures make you feel that you are back in India.

Linking to Lens Artists Photo Challenge #103: Surprise

Photography: Date Palms in Kuwait

Photography: Date Palms in Kuwait

Unlike what many others would think, Kuwait has a lot many gardens and parks which are very green and provide quite a respite from the harsh summers and a lovely hangout during the winters.

Photography: Date Palms in Kuwait

And add to that, there are also a few farms which while away from the city center are a nice way to spend the weekend and relax.

Photography: Date Palms in Kuwait

Linking to Wordless Wednesday, Thursday Tree Love, Skywatch Friday

Photography: Tranquility

There are so many of us who love peace and quiet when we are outside don’t we? Whether it’s sitting on a beach and hearing the waves hitting the shore or walking in a park with very few people around and getting a chance to lose oneself amidst all the greenery, we all love some fresh air far away from our busy city lives.

I have always been a passionate traveller and during any of my visits, I always make it a point to visit the ‘quiet places’ to take in some ‘quiet moments’.

Photography: Tranquility

I loved the experience of watching the sunset while taking a boat ride off the coast of Kuwait.

Photography: Tranquility

Brooklyn Bridge Park was the perfect place to see Manhattan by night. Not too many people around and to top it all, Manhattan looked really beautiful.

Photography: Tranquility

Kalemegdan Fort in Belgrade, Serbia gives you a bird’s eye view of the city. While the February chill was too much to take, the evening looked beautiful.

Photography: Tranquility

You must be wondering as to how is it possible to get ‘quiet places’ in New York. But I did find Central Park to be really beautiful and peaceful as well. It seemed like the perfect place to get away from the busy city life.

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Photography: Rains in Kuwait

It rarely rains in Kuwait. Though the average yearly rainfall as per many meteorological websites is around 100-150mm a year, I guess there are so many times it doesn’t even rain that much. And therefore heavy rains would be up there among the rarest of the rare events.

These pictures are from the beautiful Shaheed Park after the rains in November 2018. It was the start of the rainiest winter I have seen in Kuwait in my stay of half a decade. The trees look really fresh after the rain.

Photography: Rains in Kuwait Photography: Rains in Kuwait

Linking to Wordless Wednesday, Thursday Tree Love and Skywatch Friday

Photography: En-route

Photography: En-route

This is from my flight this February which I had taken to return back to Kuwait  from India weeks before the world closed down its doors. At that time, I guess none of us had the slightest inkling that the world would go under lockdown.

One can only wonder as to when flying will return to pre-COVID levels again.

Linking to Tuesday Photo Challenge – Return

 

Photography: Clouds

Photography: Clouds

The clouds look ominous on another warm sunny day in Kuwait

Linking to Sunday Stills Photo ChallengeWordless Wednesday and Skywatch Friday

Photography: Dusk

Photography: Dusk

As evening falls in Kuwait, the clouds gather around the sun

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Lifes Allusions

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