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- Photo Essay: A Felucca Ride in Cairo
Riding the Nile in a felucca
- Photo Essay: The Mosque of Sayyidna al-Hussein in Cairo
Perhaps one of the most holy sites in Islam
- Photo Essay: The Al Azhar Mosque And Its Environs In Cairo
The first university in the world?
- Photo Essay – Assorted Sights of Sharia al Muizz li din Allah in Cairo
Sights and Sighs while perambulating around the Sharia al Muizz li din Allah in Cairo
- Photo Essay: The Herb Garden
A photo essay on a herb garden made by the Worshipful Company of Barbers in London
- Photography Times: Northwestern Neotropical Rattlesnake
There are about thirty species of rattle snakes and most of them are venomous.
- Book Review: 10 Easy Walks in Old Delhi
The best way to know and say Hello to a city is walking around.
- The Auschwitz Album
Old photographs of Auschwitz Concentration Camp.
- Travel: Hike on Eastern Simatai, Great Wall of China
The Great Wall of China at Simatai is the steepest and one of the most beautiful sections of wall. The last time it was renovated
- Photo Essay: Marble Arch, London
A photo essay on the Marble Arch monument in London
- Photo Essay: A Flight to Bhopal
A photo essay on some photographs taken from a plane flying between Raipur and Bhopal.
- Photo Essay: St. Barts in London
A photoessay on St. Bartholomew's Church and Hospital in London
- Photo Essay: Smell of an Indian Bazaar
Russell Market is one of the oldest markets in Bangalore and it was built in 1927.
- Mumbai Limps Back To Life
In case you’re wondering what an atmosphere of terror looks like, come to Mumbai right now.
- Book Review: The Photoshop CS4 Companion for Photographers
Derrick’s book offers a true companionship for Photographers.
- Photo Essay: Kabini
Kabini is a good weekend getaway for nature lovers and KJLR is a perfect place to stay.
- Book Review: The Art of Black and White Photography
The Art of Black and White Photography is the first serious book I have read on photography.
- Photo Essay: Worldwide Photo Walk, Bangalore
Bangalore was the only city in India where the 'Worldwide Photo Walk' was talking place, apart from the other 192 cities across the world.
- Book Review - The Art of Black and White Photography By Torsten Andress Hoffman
It is very important to know how to shoot the subject right and how to enhance and bring out something more from your photographs.
- Book Review: Core Memory: A Visual Survey of Vintage Computers by Mark Richards and John Alderman
A photographic journey through the history of computer systems and their evolutions.
- Travel Review: Camel Market at Birqash, Egypt
Egypt's Largest Camel Market - Birqash - where camels are traded for other livestock or cash and are mostly bought for farm work or consumption
- Book Review: The Art of Black and White Photography
A well-documented book covering the whole gamut of black and white photography
- Photo Essay: Sunfeast World 10K Run
To be a part of the Sunfeast World 10K run, this is an international annual event, and was organized in India for the first time.
- Travel Report: Korba Street Festival - Heliopolis, Cairo
What I got to see, kind of reminded me a bit of the Kala Ghoda festival in Bombay, but just a little bit.
- Photo Essay: Tramway Trek in Parambikulam
I had to cover close to 50 kms, trekking thorough one of the best biodiversity hotspots in India.
- Photo Essay: I Love Beauty Parades
The story of beauty pageants and why i love them.
- Photo Essay: Pinner Parish Church
A photo essay of a tiny village church in England
- Movie Review: Jodhaa Akbar - Mystery Solved: Why There Was No Birbal?
Read on and find out why Birbal was not in this movie
- The Dabba Roster
The Mumbai train commuting is an experience not to be missed
- Photo Essay: My Mum's Cooking!
She cooks divinely. Oh!, she can ride, hunt and shoot.
- Jallikattu - Taming The Bulls In Thammampatti
The ancient bull taming sport of Jallikattu comes alive on Republic Day in Thammampatti as Supreme Court revokes the ban.
- Photo Essay: Garbage Disposal in Lucknow, India
Semi-Automated Garbage Disposal in SmallTown India.
- Photo Essay: A Day at The Races
The races have also long been a fashion parade of sorts.
- Photo Essay: Christmas in Kolkata, India
The streets are lit up, and the crowds are around & about.
- Photo Essay: Locked in Seattle
A Seattle "locks and lakes" photo essay. But what's a lock?
- Interview with Suchitra Vijayan: Lines of Grey and Social Change Through Photography
Grey remains grey when its colour spectrum is inverted, and therefore has no opposite and alternately is its own opposite.
- Poetry: where do the smiles go?
why do smile-prints wall-paper memory ville? / why do they awe and shock and...?
- Picture Essay: Arizona's September 11 Memorial
I had not been there at all, but spent about 40 minutes there today as a stop on the way to work.
- Millennium Development Goals Through the Lens of India's Caste System
Millennium Developmental Goals should be addressed within the issues of four windows presented here.
- Photo Essay: Lessons from Dharavi
Kumbharwada dispels the myth that poverty is due to laziness — that the poor somehow deserve their lot in life.
- Barcamp Bangalore 4, Day 1
A report on Day 1 of the Barcamp Bangalore 4, 2007
- Photo Essay: Old San Juan, Puerto Rico
A walking tour of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.
- Book Review: John Parkinson's Visual Verse
With the flipping of each page we are transformed to what for many must seem like glimpses of a bygone era.
- The Age of Silent Movies: When Silence Was Silver
An ode to silent films.
- Pictorial Essay: Visit to Nandi Hills
Walk around the small paths and get lost in the boundlessness of nature and experience its unadulterated substance.
- The 2006 O'Reilly Photoshop Cook-off Winners
If your raw images aren't quite good enough, you can always turn to the trusty Adobe Photoshop.
- Photobloggers Exposed: Smart, Talented, and Young
At 16, 17 and 18 years young, meet three photographers are already well on their way to a successful career in photography, should they choose
- Photo Reporting From Jantar Mantar – A Manipuri Girl Brings Her Iconic Protest Against the Indian Army to the Country’s Capital
Ms. Chanu continues with her hunger strike to demand the repeal of the controversial Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act 1958 from Manipur.
- Conversations with an American: To Delhi or Not To Delhi, That is The Question
Is Delhi really filthy and its people really a nuisance? An American visitor struggles with the dilemma.
- A Sudden Trip to Pakistan: On The Road In Lahore, With A Digicam
Sight-seeing and passing instant judgments while driving in Pakistan’s greatest city.
- Magazine Review: Travel + Leisure South Asia
The glossy travel magazine filled with exquisite photographs is a sight for sore eyes.
- Photo Essay: A Sudden Trip to Pakistan - Crossing the International Border at Wagah
Are Pakistani guards more handsome? Whose customs office is more efficient? An on-the-spot India-Pakistan report.
- Photo Essay: An Evening in Hazrat Nizamuddin - The Dream House of the Soofis
The Delhi Wallah revisits a 14th century tomb, the soul-center of this great city.