Meandering through the dried paddy fields one summer evening on the island of Chorão, Goa, I came upon this pedestal cross and quickly positioned myself to lock in this composition.
Monthly Archives: June 2009
Flying over the state of Kerala in southern India, the visitor is struck by what seems to be an endless panoply of palm fronds blanketing the land. This dense spread of the coconut tree has come to represent Kerala’s topographic signature. It serves as our motif in the sequence of photographs below. Here in the […]
In the realm of Portraiture, two lenses in the Canon line-up – EF 85mm f/1.2 L II and EF 135mm f/2 L – have attained occult status for their superlative optical performance and for the creative possibilities they open. The 85L II lens was primarily conceived as a portrait lens. Not the fastest autofocus arrow […]
Early morning drives through rural Goa are among life’s great pleasures. Goan villages have a unique physical and aesthetic appeal. The template is more or less the same: life is anchored around the local temple or the church, a key village institution for matters spiritual as well as social. Then there is the village ‘tinto’ […]