My friend “S” went through my blog and saw all the pictures. I have been posting them a lot lately. Seeing so many pictures, she says “Your camera is your wife”
I protest but I don’t disagree completely. After all, my camera stays with me all the time. Only thing is that I don’t want it to become a reality!
I was thinking of naming this post as “The Best of India trip” but then the title was so boring. So when my friend said the above to me, I got the title for my next post. I am just a guy seeing the world through my wife’s eyes.
The following are the best photos from my India vacation. They may not be good in quality but atleast they are different. Hopefully, this series should end in not more than 3 parts
The Alai Darwaza of Qutub Minar.
The dome of Alai Darwaza peeking from inside the darwaza. I like these photo as the dome is seen from inside the dark interior but appears lighted.
Things are closer than they seem
This one was an accidental picture. I was trying to capture the India Gate with the road in front of it. I did manage to capture that photo but not before clicking unsuccessfully with the cars getting in between the shots. The only thing clear is the Car’s mirror which says something like “Things are closer than what they seem”. I guess its same with people, they are closer than they seem. You just have to take a step! Very philosophical!
In the Line of Fire
A lone traffic police manning the busy road perpendicular to the Rashtrapati Bhavan (the residence of the President of India). The man looked back as if to look at the Rashtrapati Bhavan while the dome of the Rashtrapati Bhavan’s dome towered above him.
A view in the fog
While on our way to the Taj, the morning fog hid the fields by the highway. A hut in the field against the foggy air that had descended on the field
I don’t remember taking this picture. But I sure did take this at the Rajghat. I somehow like it as the branch appears prominent against a backdrop of Human figures.
A view while on our way to the Taj. A temple and a Mosque just next to each other. Other than the two building, there seem to be nothing around. Gods must be discussing something
The Taj seen from the gates of the Taj. A little hidden but still beautiful
The building close to the mosque near the Taj Mahal. A little less exposure, the sun in the background and you get a good picture.