For me, this was the first time I have seen any fireworks like this – coordinated, synchronised, colorful and serene at the same time. These are some photographs I made at the International Fireworks Festival in The Hague in 2015
SAIL 2015, which is arguably the biggest free nautical event in the world, was held in Amsterdam from 19-23 Aug 2015. SAIL is held every 5 years since 1975, and this was the 9th edition of the event this year, which is held to showcase Netherland’s maritime legacy from its golden age.
Ships from all over the world took place in the event.
It is not often that Amsterdam is sunny and dry. But when it so, especially in summers, it is the place to be. You will see everyone in the canals in their private boats just cruising around while having some drinks and snacks. Just the perfect way to relax in the afternoon sun.
Above on the roads besides the canals, you can see people walking or biking around in the perfect weather … while it lasts.. The outside seating on most cafes are full as you can see people catching up with friends over a beer and a loong conversation.
The fourth edition of the biennial International Sculpture Festival – “ArtZuid” in Amsterdam was showcased from May 22 to 22 September 2015. The 2.5 km long route has numerous sculptures installed, from over 21 artists.
I share with you some of the photographs depicting the beauty that we encountered on the way from Manali to Leh, then to Pangong Tso Lake, the Nubra Valley and then back to Srinagar. This was the most memorable trip I had done in my life, and also the longest as it lasted over 18 days in the July of 2014
Art and design form the central element in the how the stations provide a unique visual treat to the passengers of the Munich (München) metro system.
In this photo essay, I have tried to capture the stations during or around the peak traffic hours, showing how the city and its passengers can move around in a beautiful and artistic environment.