Shot at Chandni Chowk, a market that was once divided by canals to reflect moonlight. Now there are just too many people staring at you.
This December, I celebrated Christmas with two of my friends and a few people I met at the Cathedral Sacred Heart in Delhi.
These photographs are just my interpretations of the people and things I saw on the streets.
Baoli is a term for stepwell in hindi. The one I shot here is locally popular as ‘Agrasen ki Baoli‘ in Delhi. We went once and were late. I could just take around 30 photographs in abrupt 15 minutes with the security guards on the trail.
And with the few photographs I could manage to take, here is my first try at multi-perspective collage.
[In Inverted Colours]
Shot in Hauz Khas Village. Spray Painted letters on the gate.
I stood there for thirty minutes and he was patiently purifying a single column of those glass panes. What should I call this? Meaningful or just another slow kind?
A collection of black and white portrait of my friend, Smita. We sat together on our way to Delhi this winter and we didn’t have much to do, besides idle talks and taking each other’s photographs.
Before I realized there was a doubled layered window glass pane!
I came across few of my old photographs. 3 sweet years back, when I used to roam around with my mini digi cam in my pocket, following people whoever took me anywhere to.
Here is few of the vague and unvague memories of my Delhi visit. Mostly taken on the highway.
Two running trucks. A tower. An empty toll booth. A few electric poles. A fountain man.
Two Naked Children.
Spot Spot, as its name implies, is a traditional find the difference game developed by Gilsu Kim. Same as most find the differences games, all you need to do in Spot Spot is to find the all different spots between two almost same images.