Category: Nature

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THE MOST BEAUTIFUL, BOLD RED BALL

I have positioned the tripod steady, the camera gear ready, and my eyes flicker far at the misty horizon. I looked around the place wrapped in silence and shadows; it’s too early to spot...

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HAPPY LEAVES

The moon seems happily freer; it went around the Earth twice, but I couldn’t step out of my home. The Covid -19 pandemic red-flagged my social mobility and further pushed me into emotional chaos...

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GREEN PROFILES

The day seems not unfolding as planned. My idea was to reach and assemble the gear before the sunrise among the cornfields. But I couldn’t spot my two buddies at the appointed place, hearing...

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A TOUCH OF GREEN

‘I want to catch the bright greenness of the leaves, only leaves nothing else,’ I told my buddy who accompanies me on my Sunday jaunts.  Reaching the top of the hill, an hour’s drive...

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FOG IN THE CITY

It has been over three months that I have been out on a photo-shoot ride to the suburbs of our city I used to go every Sunday. My camera relegated to the shelf for...

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SUN, SEA AND A WALK

The late-night sleep ran disturbed and dreamless, and the beachside cottage has been cozy and dark, the roar of the waves crashing onto the shore rolled restfully and rumbled, and twice I woke up...

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THE POND

I had something in mind which I’m not sure, but I’m all worked up mentally, an excitement to drive deep into the forest which I visited a year ago. I still recall the eerie...

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A WALK THROUGH FIELDS

The asphalt road I took this morning is precariously narrow; the farmlands with full-grown crops swaying in the morning breeze where water-soaked with a heavy downpour that lasted for a week. The overcast sky was dull...

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STUMPS AND STALKS

Walking up the twisted narrow road, leading to the Kondapalli hill, on one side it’s a steep valley rolling down and on the other was the rocky slope of the hills made of disorderly...

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ROMANCE IN THE AIR

As I trekked along the path leading to the hills which I have visited several times, a curious waft of aroma from the rain-washed foliage creeping all over greeted me. The hills ahead stood...