Sunday, June 18, 2006

Anil in India

Anil left a comment that made me curious about the person who saw a truth so clearly in a photograph ...

The site is superb, beautiful photographs and stories of things seen and people spoken to.

By way of introduction, Anil writes: Give me a hill and let me slide down its slopes, and a lake where I can stand on its banks and look out into the distance, and windy blue skies I can look at and search for familiar shapes in the clouds that wind across, and I'll be happy. In 2003, I returned to Bombay from Goa, not an easy decision to make. A software company let me in, then another, then yet another. Time ran past. This time around I was wise enough not to give chase. So occasionally I take my camera along, searching for corners, finding them where none exist. And some of them are painted blue.

2 comments:

megg said...

hi there -

I just followed your link back here (thank you for the kind comments on my blog!!!) and I am so glad I did! I have read through many of your recent posts and have enjoyed them so much - your pictures, your quotes, your words - everything added up to an enchanting trip through your days. Thank you so much, I can't wait to read more!!

woman wandering said...

Thanks megg. I enjoyed wandering your way too :)