The sun had long gone down. But as I stepped on to this makeshift pier in Muharraq, there was this ‘glimmer’ of light that seemed to tell me to snap it up. This picture, taken on HDR settings, is my first such attempt. Of course, the tripod and the remote shutter came in handy!
A flock of birds takes to the skies on its way home after a hard day out.
Behind the dark clouds The sky is always blue The sun still shines The birds always fly -Cloudy afternoon, Manama, Bahrain, Summer 2015
A flock of pigeons takes flight during a hazy and cloudy morning in Downtown Manama. My new Sigma Ultra Wide 10-20 mm lens came in handy while capturing this shot!
The first sunset picture this winter season. With the temperatures in Bahrain suddenly taking a dip, it has become rather chilly and windy at sundown. With that, the clouds have also returned to dot the skies. This clouds, wind, temperature combination leads to a rather surreal setting, which this picture tries to show.
The beautiful Bahrain sunset pictured from the Muharraq Suq. It is rare to get a shot with the clouds at this time of the year but when that does happen, it provides some unusual patterns. This photograph appears to show a ‘mountain range’ on the ‘brightest star’ in the solar system.
As I sifted through the hundreds of pictures from our trip to Sikkim last month, I selected these four just for their sheer ‘awesomeness’. Inspired by a post from a blog I follow, I realised nature is the perfect artist – and no human, whosoever he or she may be, can ever emulate its creativity…