On an early morning walk, I walked past a big window and saw this plant starving to death, much like its neighbors who are desperate for a drink. The shutdown has many such silent victims. I don’t know why, but this image made me incredibly sad. (Made with my iPhone 11 Pro.) Continue reading This made me very sad
I am ever so grateful for the job that allows me to live this close to the water that I can go for a morning walk, and come home at peace with our collective insane reality. Yesterday, I walked out, bundled up to fight the chill, and forgot my Ricoh GR3. Instead, I had my … Continue reading [Photo Set] Yet another walk down Embarcadero (in SF)
Occasionally my morning walk throws up a surprise — fog masks the horizon, the ships, and the port buildings become a faint outline. Oakland fades out. And then with a little bit of contrast adjustment, and by pushing the mid-tones, what was just a walk along the water becomes a tiny moment of zen. Made … Continue reading Almost still waters
It has been a wet and gloomy weekend around these parts. I don’t mind the rain — it usually quietens the world around me. But this weekend it makes the world seem a bit eerier. It is also the kind of day when you need to dust off your old Miles Davis and John Coltrane … Continue reading [Photos] Kind’a’Blue
A few months back — feels like an eternity now — I visited Utah, and it was somewhere out there, I took this photograph. I never got around to either editing or sharing it, mostly because I am fairly lazy when it comes to both those activities. I am using the necessary self-isolation as a … Continue reading [Photo] Stop.