Not So Mini…

If you are a regular here, you’d realize my love for all this tiny. But my love for miniatures doesn’t stem from collectibles. This craze actually started when I accidentally discovered the tilt-shift effect. Therein, from my first visit in Prague, the seeds of my obsession with miniatures were sowed in, way back in 2010….

Fragile

Dandelion translates to Lion’s tooth in French, and signifies the transition of life. The flower, in its full bloom is a bright shade of yellow, and as it matures, it turns white and brittle. The Dandelion blooms at the start of spring and by winter, the fluffs start to disintegrate with the blowing winds. Its…

Buttermilk, Anyone?

This is the Jhari Waterfalls in Chikmagalur, also know as the Buttermilk Waterfalls. The name comes from the speed of the fall that resembles churned buttermilk. Reaching the place from the main motor-able road is a journey in itself. You sit in a rickety, yet fancy jeep and need to endure a very bumpy ride….

Road to Nowhere

A lot many years ago, when I used to teach for a living, I would often give pep talks to my students. I’d often tell them to take the sessions I taught them to be the easiest in the world. I continue to live by this logic, the easiest things are what you believe you…

Splash!

I am a thorough water baby. I grew up with the ocean and backwaters right in my backyard. When we were younger, my father often whisked us off to Gorai Khadi, which is a little further than a stone throw away from our house. The sound of gushing or even quiet waters is so very…

Lavender Skies

You were red, and you liked me because I was blue But you touched me, and suddenly I was a lilac sky Then you decided purple just wasn’t for you ~Colors, Halsey I love purples, violets, blues and greens, just not on the walls of my house. I remember feeling this absolutely morose feeling of…