In service of Lord Mangesh. Another installment of Faces of Goa. Chandrikabai sells flowers at the Mangesh Temple. I had to be quick as she was extremely shy.
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Light sculptures. The idea in this ongoing series is to seek out scenes that give the impression of strokes on an artists’ canvas. These photos typically have a subdued monochrome palette and are as seen by the eye, not black-and-white conversions. All the posts on this theme are collected here. […]
Volcanic red. Valagjá (pronounced ‘vaalaa-gyaow’ – gjá is fissure in Icelandic) is an explosion fissure wrought by Hekla, one of Iceland‘s most feared – and currently active – volcanoes. The bleeding red of the rift’s oxidized iron stands out in the dark expanse of volcanic ash, an otherworldly scene right out of the chronicles of […]
Virid Goa. The monsoon season in Goa, lasting 4 months from June to September, offers a masterclass in green. The wider scene below, at 24 mm, is the untouched (i.e. no adjustments whatsoever) output from the camera at the default settings in Adobe Camera RAW. The vignette above was abstracted by moving right and […]