Sometimes the joy in my heart finds its way onto the canvas in a riot of colours….painting is inspired by nature in so many ways, but the most important lesson it teaches is to not be afraid, just bloom in the best way you know 🙂
What are monsoons without rain laden clouds?
I love those places where the rains force you to walk barefoot in the grass…where they urge you to discard the umbrella because they say, ‘Just enjoy me because I am just passing through!’
A drive through the Sal forests of Doon is always a memorable one. The thick cover of trees is home to many species of birds and animals.
What I find very interesting to watch is the poses that monkeys make as they sit perched on stumps of trees or sundry rocks! They look most human as they watch humanity rush by, sometimes scratching their heads in wonder at our impatience to overtake one another at all costs!
Dehradun is a small hill-town, nestled amongst the valley created by the Shivalik and Himalayan mountain ranges.
Its undulating landscape is one of its charms and also the fact that one can see hills and mountains from almost every window that one looks out of!
Sometimes I feel like hugging a tree or sitting quietly in a field but when i cannot do that, I paint:)
Tiergarten in Berlin is one of the most beautiful places to walk, sleep, explore, cycle , meditate or play in ….
The ancient trees beckon and whisper their timeless stories. Nature is the true nurturer of the soul 🙂
Some wayside installations can make for great photography subjects. This decoration on the top of a restaurant looked stunning in the evening light.
The simple combination of wire and form gives it a beautiful aesthetic !