Growing up observing and being fascinated by vintage photographs, Sheila has nurtured and stayed as passionate and curious about the art of making images as always.
On World Photography Day, here’s a tribute from an observer of an art that is so much about commemorating a transient moment in silence.
On this World Photography Day, we compile a gallery of the best opportunities our Photography Tours have produced so far this year.
The seventh largest country in the world is also a world of many a geographical marvel. From the Himalayan heights to the Kerala coast, India is geographically diverse to her gills.
They’re the world’s largest land-mammals. Their presence is imposing but also poetic. They’re gentle, gigantic and endangered. They’re elephants. And this is a visual tribute to them.
This week on Sentient Snippets: awakening languor, silence-inducing poetry, joy-evoking play, voices in the dark, purposeless ruins, and windows to new worlds.
Ladakh is a melting pot for all photographic genres. With sublime landscapes, vibrant people, rich culture and exotic wildlife, it’s like an ideal Test match wicket that offers something for everyone and everything for the keen-eyed.
From the enchantment that dwells in her mind about her four-day tour to Hampi, Sourabha Rao tries to haul out the emotions that swelled in her when she was there, wondering how they change every time she summons them up to the form of written word.