Hey, you? Yes, you…


, I’m watching you and …..


I don’t like no paparazzi. Let me just try this hat on, ok?

From the Napier Museum surroundings, Trivandrum.

Shot with Olympus OM D EM10 with Minolta 58mm f1.4


A smile a day


… literally makes your day.

A smile in the streets of Vellore.

Shot with Olympus OM D EM10 with Minolta 58 mm f1.4 lens

The champion gets his ride

The champion is overjoyed to see his ride (his mother too!)


Let’s shove the bat in and get on with it!



Shot with an Olympus OM D EM10 with Minolta 58mm f1.4 at f2.8.

It’s a wonderful day, ain’t it?

I’ve been guilty of wilful neglect and inattention to my blog for the past 2 years. I shouldn’t give excuses but a busy postgraduate training program and lack of a camera may be considered. Two weeks ago, I got an Olympus OM D EM10 camera with a minolta 58mm f1.4 manual lens. I’m still learning the ropes but without further ado and technicalities, let’s see the image for today.

Getting ready for the the exercise of body and mind.


It’s going to be a great day for cricket, methinks!

What is love?


Probably something like this.

From Galle face, Colombo

Sometimes, children do the craziest stunts


in front of a camera..

From Qutub Minar archaeological park, New Delhi.

A bit of Vellore in the midst of the heat.

As you might know, work and studies have brought me back to my old Vellore. Here’s a slice of it. It is sumer here and it is best enjoyed with mangoes.


When life throws such faces as you cannot forget- Trincomalee , location 2

Either I must keep apologising for my regularly irregular absences from here, or I should leave from here altogether. Dear friends, I have gotten into training for a postgraduate degree in Pediatrics in my alma mater (Christian Medical College, Vellore) at which my life is going to be shaped in the next three years (for the rest of my life too). Coming back to the blog post at hand, sometimes, life throws faces at you which you cannot forget. I am not talking about “The Afghan girl” type impact but, you know, somehow ordinary people who leave an indelible impression on us. Here is one that of a child and his father, both fisherfolk, from the harbour area of Trincomalee.




The pose strikes again


The poses are universal, so too are the “horns”.

Schoolchildren on an educational trip to The Royal Botanical Gardens, Peradeniya, Kandy.

Sometimes, roles are reversed

20140221-DSC_0839and the student has to help the teacher for a bit.

From The Royal Botanical Gardens, Peradeniya, Kandy.