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A photo a Week Challenge: (Gilded)

I took this photo when I traveled to India - below is the tomb of Mumtaz Mahal and the Emperor. The Taj Mahal as a mausoleum were built with wealth and privilege fit for the majesty's.

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Thorn

Location: Shot in Fujairah, UAE. Aperture: F/5.6 Shutter Speed: 1/640s ISO: 100 Exposure Comp: -0.3EV For me, the photo signifies suffering. Each one of us has its own thorn figuratively speaking. These are the questions that I might ask you: Who is your thorn? What is your thorn? The thorn has its adverse effects -… Continue reading Thorn

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Yamuna River – A Living Witnessed

How much are you willing to pay to show your love? How far will you go? Would you go the extra mile? At 5:30am on 21st of August 2018, I boarded a plane bound to Amritsar, India for a 5 days trip. The flight was approximately 3 hours from Dubai. It was a pleasant flight… Continue reading Yamuna River – A Living Witnessed

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A Thank You

It’s been more than a week now since I published my first blog Today is the beginning of my journey……– I was skeptical so to speak at that time. There were apprehension and lots of things ramming to my mind. A mixed feeling such “Is blogging is my kind of stuff?” “Am I ready to do… Continue reading A Thank You

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Flowers by the Dessert

  As I have promised in My camera is my paintbrush…….. I was having a photo walk in Corniche Park in Abu Dhabi at that time but unfortunately, I couldn’t find any good subject. So I turn my attention to the grass and flowers around the vicinity but that time it was not their season… Continue reading Flowers by the Dessert

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Analogy of a Photo

I was on my way to work at around 6:00am on 15th September 2018 when suddenly my phone beeps.  I parked my car and looked at the screen.  It was my officemate who took his annual vacation. “Hi, are you off today? his message. “No I’m not off today” I replied without telling him that… Continue reading Analogy of a Photo