Two photo slide shows by Allan to celebrate the present season.
Nandan recently discovered photos that were taken in Rajneeshpuram, Oregon, USA, mostly during the first years of the commune.
From the northern lights to noctilucent clouds, the range of subjects in this year’s competition covers all things astronomical. Here is a selection of the shortlisted images. Published on BBC on August 2, 2017.
A series of Avinasho’s playful photographs. “I never wanted to portray the world as a postcard and so started to ‘play’ with my camera without ever reading the instruction manual…”
Petra Huber’s photographs of olive trees and others that grow on the Greek island Corfu. “Trees give me a feeling of peace and protection…”
Excerpt from the book, ‘When A Real Lion Meets A Real Master’ by Swatantra Sarjano, who recalls taking photographs of Osho in Kathmandu, at the beginning of Osho’s world tour.
Navyo’s collection of b/w photos of staircases he took in Italy. “The curve of a spiral stair echoing the feminine, the angled corners of a boxed stairwell the masculine. It’s a play of form the architects clearly intended and can be seen throughout the country.”
Surendra explores the Japanese countryside for abandoned buildings and sees that death really is at the heart of life.
Navyo shows a small selection of images captured in the manner of the flâneur, the perfect mood for taking stunning photos ‘on the go’.
Surendra shares his love affair with Dartmoor, an area of moorland covering almost 1,000 square kilometres, located in southern Devon, England.
Navyo writes, “Bordeaux shows herself like her wine – rooted in history, mature and nourishing, inviting and distinctly sophisticated, she is a city not to be overlooked. “
After six months circling the Earth in the International Space Station, Tim Peake returned to terra firma on Saturday, June 18, 2016.
Photo exhibition of Prabhat’s work in Tel Aviv, 28th April till 5th May 2016. Introduction by Nayana.
Kul Bhushan reports about India’s most celebrated photographer meeting with young photographers in New Delhi recently.
Ageh Bharti recollects a day in his life with Osho when he allowed students to take photographs of him.
Kul Bhushan recently confronted ‘origins’ at a British Council exhibition of Indo-UK Images in New Delhi.
Photographs of Peking, now known as Beijing, made by Thomas Child in the 1870s and 1880s are to go on show in London’s Chinatown as part of Asian Art in London until November 15, 2015 reports the BBC.
Surendra shows his very special photo series celebrating the beauty of plants and vegetables and speak about his joy for photography.
It is an odd word, that. I became aware of it for the first time a few months ago when a friend visiting from Australia coined the term which originated in Down-Under.
Nirupam means unique. This is one of the greatest paradoxes of life, that we are not separate from the whole, yet each individual is unique.
A photographic journey by Jimmy Nelson to visit 31 indigenous tribes resulted in an outstanding book.
New York photographer Richard Renaldi grabs strangers off the street and takes photos of them together.