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.
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 and intricate patterns.
The pines, the jungle of ferns, the cloud-soaked mountains or breathtaking waterfalls are all sights to behold. Nothing that man ever created can come close to this kind of detail and perfection.
One has to just keep looking at the artistry to begin to believe a human being, for all his might, is but just a bystander as nature unleashes its beauty!
And what better place to enjoy it that than be right there in its lap – taking in every bit of that view!
A rather haphazard but brilliantly colourful sunset over Muharraq Island shows the glorious side of nature. This ratherunusual pattern lasted all of a few minutes after which the sun continue to set. Sometimes, some pictures just happen. You click and imagine what the photograph will be like but it turns out quite different when you actually look at it on-screen. This, too, looked a very ordinary shot but turned out different.