A few weeks ago my buddy Bibhav sent me a message asking if i can help him out with a shoot that he is planning with his fiancee and apparently…
Assumptions (http://goo.gl/uhuZS) always leads to Difference of Opinion (http://goo.gl/bMvMB) and there by ending up with un-acceptable Decisions (http://goo.gl/ZtEED) If you have a Dream go express it (http://goo.gl/wxT7q)…
Every morning when an Ibex wakes up in the Spiti valley, it has just one thing to worry about – to spend its life amidst the challenging and the most difficult terrain of the valley in an attempt to keep itself and its family safe from the predator in form of the Snowleopard.
Every morning when a Snowleopard wakes up in the Spiti valley, it has just one thing to worry about – how to strategise its life amidst the challenging and the most difficult terrain of the valley in an attempt to kill a Ibex and feed itself and its family.
This is exactly the same case with all of us also. We are like the ibex which wake up in morning and we race against time doing all that we can to be happy for self and also ensure our family and near and dear ones are safe and win over Life. But life on other hand has a different story defined for us everyday and we dont know when we see the good or bad side of it each day. Each of these is defined by what we all term as “Destiny”. Everyone knows we cant win against life and all that we manage to do is to survive yet another day in a challenge against life. The difficulties we face can be in form of personal life, professional life, and anything and everything but its we who have to wake up to a new morning and decide how we tackle it. Some of us are crippled against it and some of us well prepared for the battle. Eventually its just the “survival of fittest”.
Just hoping that the almighty or supreme power gives us all that we need to face the challenges offered by life and get us going.
Few more images after the break . . .
PS: Firstly let me warn you that this will be a slightly longer post comprising of more number of images and words than what I usually post on my blog.
To begin with 2010 was a year of surprises for me both with regard to the number of last minute travels i did and the type of photography portfolio i built up. The year started with a small addition to my JTN website in form of “People & Places” gallery but i hardly got time to update the gallery with images on a frequent basis. This year was a mixture of dedicated Landscape, Travel, Wildlife photography and i attended couple of (non-nature/non-travel related) workshops which i really wanted to attend as i wanted to extend my portfolio there as well. JTN website faced a serious web attack during mid 2010 after which it had to go under axe for some of its front end features which it is still not able to recover. But i promise all your JTN viewers a brand new and replenished JTN portal coming your way in 2011 – with more images, tutorials, photoessays, stories and the usual rants and cribs here and there about the state affairs of photography and photobusiness in our country.
So without further delay let me take you through the year 2010 and some images that i made during those month.
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