‘Where life meets death.’
(At the War Cemetery, Kohima.)
‘Lungs of the World.’
(A random pic shot at the Mysore Zoo, that made me wonder – “Are we taking heed of what is been said? Are we thinking before destroying our trees and our forests? Are we even sparing a thought for the generations we are leaving behind?” Continue reading
‘Past and Present’.
(How life thrives in the midst of a ruined courtyard with derelict buildings from the once-glorious Vijayanagar Empire in Hampi.)
(Linking up with Wordless Wednesday.)
This post is not going to be wordless, though, because I’d like to give the background about the two photos.
Came across this beautiful sculpture at the entrance of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, formerly known as the Prince of Wales Museum, a premier art and history museum located in Mumbai. Continue reading
WW Pic #22: ‘Mysterious Object’
Amazed to discover something like this, so thought of sharing it. This rare spectacular specimen of bladelike crystals is actually a naturally occurring mineral called Stibnite (composed of Antimony and Sulphur) and is the largest on display anywhere in the world. This image was taken at the Natural History Museum, New York. Continue reading