Way back in the late 80s and early 90s, when I used to live in Baroda, Gujarat, we would spend the nights in summers sleeping on the terrace, under the open skies. Mattresses would be rolled out after sunset and allowed to cool up by the time we would hit bed. Carrying a small copper … More Looking up!
…For that, I need to be able to weave a story, I need to be a good story teller! “Aada, is that you?”, said Roshnai waking me up from a not so deep sleep. Being the light sleeper that I am, I mumbled “I am here, what happened?”. I woke up to toss around on … More Strangers in the dark, exchanging glances
Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) kill more people in the United States than Cancer. It is the number one cause for death and disability in the developed world. Much of it has to do with eating habits. Rich food! Lots of cheese, let it come! A few days back, I was diagnosed with hypertension. The complications that … More #250 Quit playing games with my heart…
My first attempt at trying out time lapse photography at the moon… Exposure: 1.6 sec Aperture: f / 5.6 Focal length: 21.8 mm
Somewhere in Evanston, in the night… I somehow like clicking pictures in the night. It gives me more creativity to play with the available light :) 19518.6601
Went to Chicago, downtown on Saturday, only to see the tallest buildings in the world and take a rive cruise to see the architectural beauty of downtown Chicago… Want to see more pics??
Some stars wander. Like the animals we hunt. Like us. If you watch with care over many months, you find they move. There are only five of them, like the fingers on a hand. They wander slowly among the stars. If the campfire thought is true, those stars must be tribes of wandering hunterfolk, carrying big fires. But I don’t see how wandering stars can be holes in a skin. When you make a hole, there it is. A hole is a hole. Holes do not wander. Also, I don’t want to be surrounded by a sky of flame. If the skin fell, the night sky would be bright – too bright – like seeing flame everywhere. I think a sky of flame would eat us all. … More #181 The Stars Are Very Far Away