On a dark, stormy night, driving on an empty road in Northern California, Steve Hamilton, a self-conflicted quantum physicist meets with an implausibly bizarre car accident! Dr. Trisha Rao, a compassionate but unwavering neurologist attending to Steve’s injuries, and an anguished FBI Agent, Mike Parker, attempt to untangle this baffling accident. The mystery deepens as … Continue reading The Wisdom Tree film… a spiritual journey that traverses farther yonder!
The Getty Center, LA, California by chitralekhan Awesome architecture; I love the geometry, minimalistic design, shades of just whites used extensively! Photographed this on a recent visit to Los Angeles.
The ruins of Nalanda UniversityOriginally uploaded by chitralekhan The excavated remains of an ancient center of learning... from over 2000 years ago! I may not be able to visit Taxila (now in modern-day Pakistan) in this lifetime, but was very fortunate to be able to walk around on the very same grounds of Nalanda where, … Continue reading The Ruins of Nalanda University
Today, reminiscing about my 'advertising' career in India - soon fading; and while reviewing my sporadic flirtations with photography; about Ektachrome, Kodachrome (also now relegated to the archives of photography), my thoughts drifted to the time Pablo Bartholomew was doing a calendar assignment for Kodak. The theme for that specific year (somewhere in the mid-'80s, … Continue reading Pablo Bartholomew… passionate artist, photographer, photo-journalist
Soon it will be a year since I left New York! As spring creeps up here, I'm beginning to miss those day-long trips to NYC! Aching for a change from the wintry whites and suburban life on Long Island, my escape to Manhattan with its urban cityscape used to provide me with all the forms … Continue reading Getting nostalgic… about New York City
Flickr... alas, I seem to have drifted away from here... this past year.
Jeff Scher's blog, "The Animated Life", in The New York Times has an exquisitely delightful rendering in oils and pastels, of visuals from the summer just gone past..."Summer Retreat". In a flash I recalled this animoto, childhood's end... and my first blog entry.
Yesterday was one day when the whole world seemed to drive me a tad mad. I've got over that now, and was determined to reproduce my article, which was published several years back... Hampi is one of my most favorite travel destinations, and I often search for new websites and updated information regarding the ongoing … Continue reading Hampi
Music Credit: Ponticello; My video: Animoto Locations: Mahabaleshwar, Panchgani