ha! i found these two pictures I’d taken and uploaded on some website ages ago :)
these were taken with a nikon 3100!
Photography turns one and all into fools, including—especially—artists like himself, eager to hunt life and trap as many of its fleeting variables as possible inside a 35 mm frame but doomed to return empty-handed far more often than not.
The awesome-st trees on earth. Twin silk cotton trees at Lalbaug, Bangalore.
Zillion thanks to U for taking me there :)
Martine Franck’s and Henri Cartier-Bresson’s intimate portraits of each another provide an insight into the romantic life of the famous husband and wife team.
- Teju Cole via twitter
Book # 11 of 2014
Towards an Aesthetic of Dalit Literature by Sharankumar Limbale
Book #12 of 2014
Antarjanam - Memoirs of a Namboodiri Woman by Devaki Nilayamgode
I took up Limbale’s book in wake of the Navayana- Arundathi Roy controversy, and Dalit groups response to the essay, its tone, position and the justification of its inclusion in Babasaheb’s Annihilation of Caste.
By accident, I got a copy of Antarjanam. Another example of a type of ‘caste’ writing and the contrasts it offered in the light of what Limbale says was illuminating.