Bangalore, or it should be called now, Benguluru, is the Silicon Valley of India. In 1983, Infosys setup an office in Bengaluru and over the next 30 years, other IT behemoths and multi-national corporations made Benguluru their home. Taking the cue from earlier geniuses like Walt Disney, these companies built huge corporate campuses hoping to […]Read More Bangalore – there’s much to see if you can dust it clean
In 2003-2004, as I was learning photography, I was publishing a photo a day and was part of one of the first online photography communities at Pbase.com. Photography I realized was a combination of skill, practice and passion for the subject. You can only capture what you want to see. In my case, I wanted […]Read More Incredible India – A to Z, a month long discovery of India
It had always been a wish, a plan to visit Mysore on our yearly trips to Bangalore, India. In undergrad, years ago, I had made a day trip to Mysore, but that was before my interest in history, my development of my photographic skills or my passion to promote our beautiful world. This year, with […]Read More Mysore and Mandya – in search of Hoysala architecture
Click to see Photo Galleries of Montreal The sun shone through our curtains at the Embassy Suites by Hilton in Old Town Montreal and as it filled our room with energy, we woke, the youngest first, to our first morning in Montreal. After a relaxed breakfast at the hotel, we took a taxi to Mont-Royal Park. […]Read More Montreal, Canada -a jewel on the Saint Lawrence
Click to see Photo Galleries of Toronto Toronto is the most diverse city in the world. In the last 40 years the visible minority population has grown from 13% to almost 50% and is expected to become the majority in 2017. It is also interesting that the minority is not dominated by any one race […]Read More Toronto – a Canadian city with true American values and Niagara Falls eternally connecting two countries
Link to Photo Galleries of National Parks On August 25, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson signed a bill that created an agency that was tasked “to conserve the scenery and the natural and historic objects and wildlife therein, and to provide for the enjoyment of the same in such manner and by such means as will leave […]Read More Go find your park; your heart, your mind and your soul will thank you for it.
Mathematics is the last thing that should determine a winner in sports. Sports is visual. Sports is art. We want to see the winner run across the finish line and strike a pose. We want to see the winner jump and twist and defy gravity. We want to see the winner swim like a dolphin […]Read More Jessica Ennis wasn’t beaten by the scoring system but Laura was.