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Alaska – Denali

After the sightseeing in and around Anchorage on day 1, we drove to Denali National Park and preserve the next morning. The drive was very pretty and scenic. There were low lying clouds , mist and rain on the hills along the road. It was a little gloomy if you were alone, but we were […]

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Alaska – Seward Anchorage Highway

Finally made it to the Last Frontier in July. Alaska was on my list for the last 2 years, but somehow the plan never formalized, in fact I was way too lazy for my own good. It is one of the largest states in the United States and the least populated as well. The population […]

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Ocean Grove, NJ

I hate to say it but I’m kinda bored of Sandy Hook beaches now. I have over 10 unique images from there and wanted a change. So, I logged on to Google Maps and started some prelim scouting of the Jersey beaches. The closest one which I have not seen was Ocean Grove. I noticed […]

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Sandy Hook in B&W

In my posts you will see a lot of photographs from Sandy Hook Beach in New Jersey. There are few reasons for that – a. Its very close to where I live, b. every time I have gone there I have got atleast 1 unique shot and c. there are plenty more opportunities there in terms of […]

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Times Square

So, the world population is reaching a 7 Billion mark this year and according to Nat Geo a Typical Person is around a 30 yr old Hans Chinese man. By 2030 a typical person would be from India. No matter which country has the largest population count and no matter which country is going to […]

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At 40 MPH

I was a reading a quote from a famous photographer who said that the most beautiful photographs he has taken cannot be printed or shared on a computer screen but are embedded in is brain. There are some moments that cannot be captured by the camera although we try our best. I got myself into […]

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Leading lines ..

Lines are wonderful elements in a photograph. They draw the viewer’s attention through the image from one spot to the next, sometimes all the way around and sometimes in one direction. This helps give depth to the photograph rather than making it look flat and boring. Anything with a definite line can be a leading […]

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