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Sunday, June 24, 2012

Humayun's Tomb Revisited

Braving the summer heat, I decided to finally attend a photo-walk organized by Click Walk to the Humayun's Tomb on Saturday. I was up at 5 and at the venue 10 minutes before 6. A friend, Meet, stayed over at my place the previous night to ensure that we attended the walk. This is how dedicated we are towards exploring Delhi. 

A photo-walk is the best way to start a weekend. New friendly faces, breakfast as a side-dish with huge portions of laughter and teasing, after a two hour long walk discussing architecture, history, life, make Saturday awesome. I should say that I'm pretty pleased with the pictures I got this morning. So, I'm looking forward to more such walks in the future. Join us if you are in Delhi next weekend.

On top


Line of Duty


Looking around


Humayun's Tomb



Through the Narrow Lane


Angular View

Monochrome Mania

Steep Climb



Door within a door within a door

Resting in peace

Star burst

Stylish photographer


Conservation Work in Progress

Morning Music

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Vagabond with a Camera

A hot evening in the month of June and I sling my camera bag on my shoulder and walk towards The Attic a beautiful multi-purpose hall in the heart of Connaught Place. The idea was to keep a promise to a photographer friend, who once upon a time was a colleague. These days, he is someone who I envy because he travels across the country and the world collecting memories. 

Deepak Acharya invited me to visit his first solo exhibition, Vagabond with a Camera. It is a great honour to present my play with his work on Delhi Photo Diary today.

The magic door to the art gallery

The first glimpse

The world in frames on a mountain

Chaotic self-reflection

My favourite from the exhibition

Behind the arch

View from the top

Sands of Time

The man of the hour, Deepak Acharya!


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