Copyright © 2014 Gyaneshwari Dave
Inspiration can arrive in most unexpected of ways. For writing at least, more often than not,this has been true for me. Sometimes readers of this blog or followers of Lensdepictions’ Facebook Page send their photographs for feedback/review. This is one such photograph from a reader, taken in Vienna, one of the most beautiful cities of… Continue reading Passing by the solitude – A Poem
Some places carry a very unique, philosophical vibe about them. Omodos, a village situated in the lap of Troodos Mountains in Cyprus, was one such place. As I walked through some old, cozy streets of that Cypriot village, I got confused – whether to take out my camera…or a pen and paper! I decided to… Continue reading A Place, some Pictures & a Poem!
The photograph I have chosen to feature here in this post is one of the dearest and personal favorite compositions I have created so far. This is a sight I am blessed enough to enjoy every day, right from the balcony of my place. Apparently, in the form of a photograph, this frame might look… Continue reading He must have something to say – A Poem
It was the first time ever; you were introduced to me by an out-lander! And your familiar form appeared to me as if little unknown… …It is so painful, I may not bear, Dear home, please, don’t look to me, so much like a stranger! I thought I had left you behind, crossed the shore… Continue reading When you cross my path quietly enough – A Poem
That evening, I had just come out of the gate of a well-known bird-watchers' park of the city when I noticed this stranger, little girl. She was wearing this pink frock that looked like a school uniform…in fact, it was a school uniform. The time of the day suggested that she might be returning from… Continue reading The Little Princess In Pink! – A Poem