Railyard


Originally posted on SHOTDAILY:
DAY #46 | PHOTOGRAPH #46 | 05.08.2017 | SOMEWHERE NEAR KIM, SURAT “If a train doesn’t stop at your station, then it is not your train” – Marianne Williamson

Beach football


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DAY #42 | PHOTOGRAPH #42 | 01.08.2017 | DUMAS BEACH, SURAT “If football has taught me anything, it is that you can overcome anything if, and only if you love something enough” – Lionel Messi

Sunset


Originally posted on SHOTDAILY:
DAY #39 | PHOTOGRAPH #39 | 29.07.2017 | ONCG BRIDGE, SURAT “The biggest cliche in photography is sunrise and sunset.” – Catherine Opie

Light


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DAY #37 | PHOTOGRAPH #37 | 27.07.2017 | PARLE POINT, SURAT “To shine your brightest light is to be who you truly are.” ― Roy T. Bennett

Monsoon Flip Flops


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DAY #36 | PHOTOGRAPH #36 | 26.07.2017 | PIPLOD, SURAT “Rain is grace; rain is sky descending to the earth; without rain, there would be no life.” – John Updike

Tree squirrel


Originally posted on SHOTDAILY:
DAY #35 | PHOTOGRAPH #35 | 25.07.2017 | PIPLOD, SURAT “The love for all living creatures is the most noble attribute of man” – Charles Darwin ?

Tapi River


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DAY #33 | PHOTOGRAPH #33 | 23.07.2017 | ONGC BRIDGE, SURAT “Rivers know this: there is no hurry. We shall get there someday” – A.A Milne

Pottery


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DAY #30 | PHOTOGRAPH #30 | 20.07.2017 | ICHANNATH, SURAT “Expectations are like fine pottery, the harder you hold them, the more likely they are to crack” – Brandon Sanderson

Calm Cat


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DAY #29 | PHOTOGRAPH #29 | 19.07.2017 | PIPLOD, SURAT “Cats never strike a pose that isn’t photogenic” – Lillian Jackson Braun

Setting sun


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DAY #28 | PHOTOGRAPH #28 | 18.07.2017 | Rander, SURAT “If you want to shine like a sun, first burn like a sun” – A. P. J Abdul Kalam

Kashmir – In The Calm Of The Lake


Originally posted on The Urge To Wander:
We get into a holiday mood, even before our arrival at Sukoon (roughly meaning ‘tranquility’ in Urdu/Persian). A slow transfer by boat across the picturesque mountain ringed lake, its waters sparkling in the afternoon light, soothes away any stray anxieties we might be harbouring about travel to Kashmir. Then…