I arrived the train station just on time to board the train. There was a certain frenzy in the air that morning. My eyes were busy moving zig-zag in its usual manner as I watched what has become a daily spectacle for me. Even in the morning rush, I could see people in a warm embrace, holding hands and kissing each other. Others sat to grab their morning coffees, while some other folks wore pensive looks that seem to reveal that they were preoccupied with thoughts. Their mood depicted that they had already wandered too far away but only in their minds. Continue reading
“The Road goes ever on and on
Down from the door where it began.
Now far ahead the Road has gone,
And I must follow, if I can,
Pursuing it with eager feet,
Until it joins some larger way
Where many paths and errands meet.”
― J.R.R. Tolkien
She alighted from the plane exhausted
Filling nauseous and dizzy
Change has arrived to take away her naivety Continue reading
One of my hobbies is travelling. I enjoy travelling. I love to see new places. Vacation time is for relaxation. A time to explore. A time to wander about and have good fun. A time to discover hidden truths, a new culture and a new lifestyle. A time my uncanny curiosity is activated as I try to demystify any myth or stereotypical view I have of any race or people.
Their love was hotter than the sun
Their laughter a thunderous roar
During their frenzied moments
A love tango so fierce Continue reading
It’s mid-week! Yeah, it’s another Wednesday when pictures speak for themselves. Does this picture speak to you? Continue reading
We frame what we see through our lens. And it tends to be a process, whether you use the golden ratio, the rule of thirds, or just aim for the right balance.
But what about how the world frames itself?
This week, I’d love for you to look at things a bit differently. Use your surroundings to capture a different point of view. Whether it’s through an actual picture frame, a few stalks of grass, or even the spokes of a bicycle tire, find an alternative frame to the world around you and share what you see – Nancy Thanki.