Water Wonder: our earth consists of more than three quarters of water. My representation of it here explores the fascinating proper ties of water. the ‘texture’ of water creates a whole new dynamic – often surreal – to a scene, whether through reflections or sprays created by this liquid substance.
Monochrome Memos: Black and White photography has a charm of its own as it gives a mystique and drama to an image. Its graphic quality enhances the beauty of textures and tones in a picture, away from the distraction of colour. It tickles the imagination and often renders to an image a more refined aesthetics with the play of just two ‘colours’ of black and white. My selection here tries to express this.
Barks Beauty: Similar to people, trees have different characteristics and their barks alone are worth exploring for their diversity of colour and texture. These few selections here aim at bringing awareness to such easily bypassed beauty surrounding us.