As we were stepping out of the hotel room, we saw a tall, broad man peering through the viewfinder of a DSLR. The SUV behind him was open and the valet placed our bags in the boot. As we closed the door, the driver kept his camera on the front passenger seat and hopped in. … Continue reading On the road: Gangtok to Darjeeling
Diyas drying in the sun. Picture taken with Moto G3, edited with @befunky
As is the tradition in these parts of the world, here's a few Deepavali pictures 🙂 The Daily Post asks us to post something that glows. Nothing better than the glow of festivity, piety, family and lights. Here's wishing you all a very happy Deepavali!
During our day trip to Mahabalipuram last winter, we reached 'Krishna's butter ball' around that magical time when everything touched by sunlight gets a shower of gold dust—including these huge boulders that stood silently admiring the profile of the more popular attractions nearby. To get an idea of it's scale, there's a little child who … Continue reading Scale
I love walking. In fact, just yesterday we joined a group of walkers to explore Old Delhi (more on that in a separate post). But walking in Delhi NCR can be quite difficult - especially during rush hour. There are many places where there are no footpaths. And even where there are, bikers get on … Continue reading Pedestrian