Weekly photo challenge: Street life

I love colorful streets. And I saw one of my favorite streets from the window of a coffee-shop in Llanberis. There was literally no one around at 3 pm; the neighborhood was colorful yet quiet and peaceful, and the backdrop of the mountains gave a very serene look to the place. Check out my entry…

Weekly photo challenge: Perspective

My favorite line from this week’s photo challenge entry – “Photos aren’t objective β€” they show what we want them to show.” How true! I’ve taken up the challenge to get creative and feature two photos side by side (or in this case, one below the other) showing two perspectives of the same scene. For…

Weekly photo challenge: Abandoned

I’ve always correlated ‘abandonment’ with either ‘serenity’ or ‘eeriness’ when it comes to landscapes or settings. My entry (or entries, since I’m finding it difficult to pick just one photo) for this week’s photo challenge is from the ruins of Egypt. These are perhaps not scenes one would generally associate with Egypt (no mummies, no…

Weekly photo challenge: Treasure

Things we treasure are not necessarily materialistic. Sure, I treasure my car (everyone’s first car is like their little baby, and my cherry red darling is no different), my job (I’m lucky to be where I am now) and my engineering degree (I worked really really hard for it). But today I hope to put…

Weekly photo challenge: Selfie

What’s a selfie exactly? A photo of yourself, that much can be gleaned from the the word itself. But who takes the photo? If you act as a model for a photographer, does it count as a selfie? Or do you have to control the camera yet be in front of the lens at the…

Weekly Photo Challenge: Family

The best way to start off a travel blog? Through a photo of course πŸ™‚ My enthusiasm and passion for traveling comes from my parents, who make it a point to ensure that we have at least one family holiday together every year. Thanks to them, at the age of 23 I’ve been to 25…