50mm does magic again.. Loved that bokeh. Soon it will turn into a flower… What is more beautiful ? A flower bud or flower ? Sharing here few lines from my marathi poem.. where I ask same question.. मिटल्या कळीची नाजुक बात होती.. का पाकळयांनी.. उघडून घात केला.. ? why does a delicate, beautiful flower bud turns into a flower ?.. why ? Advertisements Continue reading Photography : Buds & Roses
I used to follow cricket more regularly and passionately then. Sachin, Rahul, Saurav were our heroes. At times, to romanticize the picture, the three maestros along with Sehwag and Kumble were often termed as ‘Pandavas‘. Logically, if we ever believed that Karna was a Pandav too by birth, then let’s just add Laxman’s name into that list to make that count correct. Anyhow Laxman deserves … Continue reading Special Six
It’s been amazing one year of blogging !! It’s a wonderful feeling friends and I am thankful for all your support. I had always this desire to run a blog. And here it is !.. ‘When Heart Follows Art…‘ has officially turned 1 year old today.. Technically speaking it’s a site where I share most of my work. Under this parent blog I run two … Continue reading ‘When Heart Follows Art’ Turns 1 Year Old Today !
“I am a hardcore A R Rahman fan and the roots of this enduring bonding lie in the my musical journey since teenage with the Artist’s work” If you were born in 80′ or early 90’s and love music then you will find nothing surprising in that statement. In fact I would not hesitate to say ARR is one of the many best things happened … Continue reading An Artist who became Legend : A. R. Rahman
My first charcoal portrait attempt. Charcoal portraits was something I always wanted to do. But being in different profession I had lost touch with sketching after college life. So it was something I was doing after long time and that too with Charcoal.. which was a new medium for me. ” But I feel happy.. it all started again..” The thing with charcoal is that … Continue reading My First Charcoal Portrait – Bharatratna Pt. Bhimsen Joshi