‘The photograph itself doesn’t interest me. I want only to capture a minute part of reality’– Henri Cartier-Bresson

Photography is my favourite form of documentation. So much can be said through an image. I will share my photo essays capturing the nuances of life in a city in this section.

Finding Art in the Mundane: Doorknockers of Tuscany

Italy is known for its design and finesse in craftsmanship. It is part of their heritage which is passed on through the centuries. Tuscany, the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, exhibits this artistic talent proudly and liberally. It is everywhere. The most...

Busy markets: La Boqueria, Barcelona

Among all the places I visited in my Europe trip last April, Barcelona was my favourite. I fell in love with the city almost instantly. I stayed at La Rambla which is right opposite Guell Palace. La Rambla is a very popular street in Barcelona, buzzing with activity...

Parisian neighbourhoods: A walk through Montmartre

Montmartre is a neighbourhood in Paris steeped in art history and culture and ever evolving to produce a haven for artists, writers and other creative people. I had the opportunity to explore Montmartre having no prior knowledge of its historical and cultural...

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