The Leaves Have Turned, 2020
Four Ducks in a Row, 2019
I shot this image in Regents Park, London. I was running late for a meeting as I got lost looking for the meeting venue. I said, “What the heck, I am late anyway and I have my camera.” so I snapped away. This is one of the photographs I took as I walked around the park looking for the place.
It so happened that the meeting was running late anyway that by the time I found the venue, it had not started. So it was all good.
And no, I am not telling you to be late for meetings. Moral of the story here is just to make good of a bad situation. That is all!
In 2015, I took the ferry to Dublin using SailRail from London. It is one of the cheapest ways to travel to Ireland. This was my first time crossing the Irish Sea and my first time travelling to Dublin. For most of the journey, I was inside the ferry as there isn’t much to see and it can get really windy on the deck. So I waited until we were about to dock and that is when I ventured to the viewing deck of the ferry and took these photographs before we arrived at Dublin Port.
It was still very windy, but at least it was sunny. I am not a fan of windy, cold, rainy weather, but Ireland gets an exception from me. I have to say, the little I saw of the country, I vowed I would be back as I had fallen in love with it. I enjoyed my stay even though it was a short one.
Untitled (2019) – Part of the ‘When We Forget to Look Up’ series.
I got off the bus late at night on my way home from lectures. Looking up I was greeted by this eerie, yet amazing scene above my head. The street lamp shining through the bare tree with branches that made this sweeping circular motion making it look like a nest. I was intrigued. I was left wondering.