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.
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.
It wasn’t until 2012 that Madhur Behl took up photography seriously, because when he learned the fundamentals of the art of making images, his hobby evolved into a passion.
This week on Sentient Snippets: elusive creature in non-silence, gorgeous green caterpillar, timeless experiences, colours dissolving into silhouettes, and mythical beauty in reality.
Shripathy’s passion for photographing the night sky, both as an artist and alumnus of International Space University is our feature this week.
This week on Sentient Snippets: the glory of night sky, hoarding erupting hues, silence bringing salvation, ruins that bring back glory, and beauty that augurs consuming love.
Each story is worth telling, worth shared. And this week, we bring you one such story – Nandhagopan’s journey as a photographer.
This week on Sentient Snippets: bizarre beauty, intense admiration, earthly stars, artless art, and the miracle of feeling.
It wasn’t until we heard a couple of jungle babblers delightfully chattering away in the bamboo groves of Bandipur, fracturing the fabric of silence, did we realise that this was going to be not just a Tour.