Here are some pictures I took (with the exception of the portrait of me) on my recent trip to Newport Beach, RI. The sun was out and it was a beautiful fall day. Please leave your comments and opinions at the end of the post!
Here’s a picture of the sun setting behind the Burj Al Arab, the most expensive and only 7-star hotel in the world. The scenery around depicts the Jumeirah Beach and the houses on the Palm Jumeirah in the background.
Guys, this is a recent edit of a picture taken at Dachau Concentration Camp. I’ve tried to incorporate soft tones into the picture to give it an inspirational look. Tell me what you think!
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Here is a picture of the sun setting behind the Burj Khalifa, the tallest tallest tower in the world, located in Dubai. I have edited it to give it a prophetic look. A little later, a will post the unedited version too.
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#cloudporn is a popular hashtag on Instagram, which refers to a picture which portrays an exquisite array of clouds in the sky. A recent attempt of mine, resulted in the following picture. It shows a scene of the sun setting through the clouds while seen through a gap between buildings. Tell me what you think!
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The accompanying picture is one that gently cradles one’s thoughts into the surreal. I clicked it at the Melk Abbey in Austria.
To different people, this picture may mean different things, but to me, it is ‘The Journey to the End of Beginning‘. It signifies the transition of a boy into a man. The tunnel of childhood is well lit, but it darkens towards the end. That is when a new light is seen, the light of adulthood.
Hey guys, this blog post is the first in a new stream of posts I’m starting to showcase some of the photographs I have clicked. I’m no professional and all pictures have been clicked using the iPhone camera, so input and feedback will be greatly appreciated.
The pictures in this post have been taken at the Swarovski Crystal Museum in Wattens, Austria and at the Eagle’s Nest, Germany.
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