Posted on August 29, 2018
Antyesti (IAST: Antyeṣṭi, Sanskrit: अन्त्येष्टि) literally means “last sacrifice”, and refers to the funeral rites for the dead in Hinduism. This rite of passage is one of traditional Saṃskāras in the life of a Hindu. It is also referred to as Antima Sanskar, Antya-kriya, Anvarohanyya, or as Vahni Sanskara.
(Wikipedea, 27 Aug 2018)
Posted on August 22, 2018
This post started as “Ten Top Street Photography Blogs.” However, let’s be honest, there are already 100’s of blog post with similar articles, and they all mention identical websites. Instead, here is my list of websites than make you go Hmmmm.
Posted on August 15, 2018
My photos are not as good as I sometimes think they are. Probably, neither are yours. This statement is most powerful when our latest images are transferred from memory card to computer. The photo below, captured this weekend, is such an example. In this image I like how the subject is lit, as well as the sweeping lines of the flyover above. The three areas of green help hold the photo together. However, I am not sure if there is enough in this photo to keep my interest, only time will tell.
Posted on August 7, 2018
There are not many excuses a married man could have for visiting Pattaya, particularly the notorious Soi 6 and Walking Street. However, I had a camera, and I guess that makes it alright. Photography is a passport that often opens up places that you would not go to otherwise. I headed to Pattaya to catch the neon-lit evenings, alight with bar girls and punters and to photo the extremes of the early morning. Cities that party till dawn offer some of my favourite opportunities for Street Photography, and Pattaya was no exception.
Posted on August 2, 2018
Today’s blog is of my family holiday. Don’t worry, pagespics is not about to depart from it’s roots in Street, Travel and Documentary photography. However, these photos are a response to a challenge given to me by Birka Wiedmaier ,and is therefor the second challenge undertaken as part of the StepOut Collective.