INSIDE A HUT, GANDHI NU GAAM

Gandhi Nu Gaam is a small handicraft village located near Khavda village, in Kutch. It is popular for a variety of crafts such as copper bells, leather bags, mirror work, puppet making and… Continue reading

A WHITE CANVAS, THE RANN OF KUTCH

The Rann of Kutch is infinity, endlessly white, empty but fulfilling- words will not do justice while describing this place. My eyes could see a white canvas, a complete white canvas which could be… Continue reading

MYTH ON MARBLE, BHUJ

THE SHREE SWAMINARAYAN TEMPLE, BHUJ, KUTCH After the destruction of the original temple in the unfortunate 2001 Gujarat earthquake, a magnificent new temple was built entirely in white and gold. One of the… Continue reading

RULE OF THIRDS

WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: RULE OF THIRDS In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Rule of Thirds.” *All photographs are taken by and belong to the user: outofhersuitcase, please do not copy,… Continue reading

SCALE, UDAIPUR

WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: SCALE Massive cooking vessels stacked in front of a not-so-big house in Udaipur. *All photographs are taken by and belong to the user: outofhersuitcase, do not copy, reuse or edit… Continue reading

EASTERN STATE PENITENTIARY, PHILADELPHIA

The Eastern State Penitentiary is a very popular former prison in Philadelphia known for its architecture and strict discipline. A very interesting audio guided tour leads you through the endless, naturally- lit passages… Continue reading

DEPTH. THE LIGHTHOUSE, GLASGOW.

WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: DEPTH My first glance to the top of the lighthouse was through the staircase wondering how much I had to climb to get a good view of Glasgow, Scotland More… Continue reading

THE ROOFTOPS OF MANHATTAN

New York has plenty roof top bars offering great views of the skyline along with your cocktail. An evening/ night at a rooftop is an absolute must-do when in the city, The views… Continue reading

BROOKLYN BRIDGE WALK

The first thing I did in NYC after checking into the hotel and taking a subway was walking the Brooklyn Bridge; one of the best engineering feat’s of the 19th century. The bridge… Continue reading

THE NIAGARA FALLS

The Niagara Falls was another cliche checked off my bucket list from my trip to The States. We took the Maid of the Mist ferry up close to the Horseshoe Falls on the Canadian… Continue reading

WATKINS GLEN STATE PARK, NEW YORK

Situated in the Finger Lake region of New York State is the Watkins Glen State Park. A beautiful gorge trail runs through the park which has been formed by the Glen Creek slowly… Continue reading

STONEHENGE AND THE ROMAN BATHS

Stonehenge and the Roman Baths had been on my bucket list for a long time, I finally visited there with friends on a day- road trip from Plymouth. Stonehenge is a pretty mysterious… Continue reading

LAKE COMO, ITALY

Lake Como is one of the most beautiful areas of Italy. The Y shaped lake has small towns surrounding it, each having their own beauty.  Situated in the North of Italy, Lake Como has some brilliant… Continue reading

KITE FLYING DAY, AHMEDABAD

Uttarayan/ Makar Sankranti/ Kite flying festival is celebrated all over India on the 14th of Jan, it marks the end of winter and beginning of spring as the sun starts its journey upwards. Ahmedabad,… Continue reading

SERENITY

WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: SERENITY Bright double rainbows showed up with the sun just after a bad storm in Devon, England. This is also my first try on HDR photography, so feedback would be… Continue reading

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    Light falling into shadowed prison cell in the Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia. The sky lights up with Chinese lanterns on Uttarayan, in Gujarat (Kite Flying Day) Misty Falls