My wonderful father at home in England. He was watching a small robin flying from branch to branch as I took this photograph. He's always been so supportive of all I do and remains a huge inspiration of mine 🕊
A tribute to one of India's greatest photographers Mr S Paul who passed away yesterday at the ripe age of 88. An icon & an inspiration to every photographer in India. "S Paul's demise is a great loss to Indian Photography and to so many of us who grew up watching his photographs and attempting to learn from them. His photographs have been a dictionary for learning the nuances of technique/ composition and how to play with light." says @indrapix, photojournalist from India. @riteshuttamchandani has an insightful article on the man himself http://www.openthemagazine.com/article/arts-letters/the-sage (Link in bio here) #everydaymumbai#everydayindia
You can take a look at more of S Paul's work on his Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/spaulphoto/
My great grandfather was a sea captain. As a boy I spent a few days on a cargo ship. Going from a harbor in northern Sweden to Hamburg, shipping wood pulp. I remember being sad once in Hamburg. The TV onboard couldn't get proper reception. I missed the last episode of The Macahans. I still haven't seen it. I still love big ships. • • • •
... Buddha himself never wanted or intended Buddhism to be a religion, yet most practice Buddhism as a religion, visiting The Dalai Lama Temple gives me humbling vibes, calmness, reminds me of what to focus on in life ...