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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: Found in the neighbourhood

Photography: Found in the neighbourhood

Joy of a beautiful sunset in Kuwait

 

Photography: Found in the neighbourhood

Windy day in Kuwait

 

Photography: Found in the neighbourhood

Calm sea in Kuwait

 

Photography: Found in the neighbourhood

Beautiful colours at sunset in Kuwait

 

Linking to Lens-Artists Challenge #123, Which Way Photo Challenge, A Photo A Week Challenge: Joy, Shadow Shot Sunday: Autumn Leaves, Weekend Sky, Water Water Everywhere

Photography: Sun will come out

Photography: Sun will come out

 

Photography: Sun will come out

 

Photography: Sun will come out

 

Photography: Sun will come out

 

Photography: Sun will come out

“There’s a sunrise and a sunset every single day, and they’re absolutely free. Don’t miss so many of them.”

~ Jo Walton

Linking to Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #122 – The Sun will come out tomorrow, Shadow Shot Sunday, Which Way Photo Challenge, One Word Sunday: Colour, Skywatch Friday

Photography: Focus on the subject

Focus is generally the central point of attention and activity. For photographers, it’s all the more important to keep the focus on a specific subject so that their photographs are able to tell their stories.

Photography: Focus on the subject

The focus was on the sunset and the lovely colours in the sky

 

Photography: Focus on the subject

The focus was on the entire landscape itself (time to splashing into the water) – last photo on my mobile

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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: After the rain..

Photography: After the rain..

Istanbul

Photography: After the rain..

Moscow

Photography: After the rain..

Bruges

Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky. ~ Rabindranath Tagore

Linking to One Word Sunday: WetWater Water Everywhere, Which Way Photo Challenge, Lens-Artists Photo Challenge 114: Negative Space and Shadow Shot Sunday

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: Everyday things

Photography: Everyday things

I have always loved taking pictures. Whether its the beaches or the parks, malls or restaurants, I like to save the memories whenever possible. While it may be irritating for some, it sure is fun for me.

Photography: Everyday things

But I have rarely taken pictures of everyday things. However odd it may seem, I guess we end up taking everyday things for granted. Or maybe they are simply not exciting enough to be part of our memories.

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Photography: Creativity brings happiness

The last few months have been nothing short of a nightmare for millions across the planet first with the coronavirus and then with the ensuing effects on the economy, poverty and more.

Many of us have been extremely lucky and privileged to be able to pursue our interests and also do things which we kept delaying for a long time. And this has given me nothing but utmost happiness.

I have been blogging since 2009. But for the last few years, my blogging frequency had dipped quite dramatically due to a variety of factors including me just being plain lazy. But just as the pandemic struck, I began the April A to Z Blogging challenge which involved me blogging everyday in April except the Sundays. And since then I have just continued on and on.

Photography: Happiness

Some statistics – 279 out of my 1093 blog posts have been published since April 2020. My Alexa blog rank has jumped from 870,000 to about 80,000 odd. My subscribers have increased. The bounce rates are low and the time spent on my website at about 13 odd minutes is at an all time high.

Photography: Happiness

In this period, I also published my first solo e-book of short stories on Blogchatter – An online blogging platform which connects a variety of bloggers and writers. The dream to publish a book had always been there but I guess I just wasn’t taking the steps to make it a reality. My next goal is to get it up on the Amazon Kindle Store as soon as possible.

I guess the pandemic has taught me that anything is possible if one has the will power and determination to stay at it.

Linking to Lens-Artists Challenge #110: Creativity, A Photo A Week Challenge: Happiness

Photography: Under the sun

Photography: Under the sun

Having literally lived all my life in places that are sunny almost 365 days a year, I am quite used to clicking pictures under the sun.

Photography: Under the sun

While it does get difficult considering the rays of the sun and the contrast, for me pictures under the sun are always the best as I have always felt that sunlight always gives a lot of life and radiance to any picture.

Photography: Under the sun

From Kuwait to Amsterdam; from New York to Marbella, I have always followed the sun in the quest for the best pictures.

Photography: Under the sun

Linking to Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #109: Under the Sun, August Photo A Day Challenge Day 7: Tranquil, August Colors and Letters Day 8: With the letter M and Shadow Shot Sunday: Tranquility

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