A female Asian Koel perches on a dry tree at the Seawoods Backwaters during morning hours.
Today ends my year long journey called ‘Project 366’. The task of making and preparing a photograph each day which represented the best memory I had during the day taught me a lot about this wonderful artform. I thank all the audience who watched this series and enjoyed it. I hope I was able to inspire anyone who found my images interesting.
Special thank to my partner, Pratibha for believing in me and this project more than myself and also supporting me when I needed help the most
Thank you all once again. It was great being ‘At Work’!
Tgatwork, signing off
A Red Vented Bulbul sits on top of tree during the early hours at Seawoods. These birds along with many other small bird species are seen in abundance in this area.
A Little Egret baskes in the morning light, perched on a dry tree at Seawoods.
A Black winged Stilt stands on a small island during the early hours at the Seawoods holding pond.
The diffused sun rays create a silhouette of the New Vashi Bridge and the railway bridge during the early hours of the day. As seen from the old Vashi Creek Bridge.
A group of Cormorants fly past the holding ponds at Seawoods during morning hours.
A giant Hot Wheels ramp set up at the Phoenix Mall at Lower Parel, as a part of the Christmas Celebrations for kids to play with. The mall saw a lot of foot fall with numerous stalls set up for kids and adults alike, in connecting with the festive season.
A common snipe fishes for food at the first holding pond at Seawoods during late morning hours.
A ‘semi’ silhouette of a Kingfisher, perched on a pole at the first holding pond at the Seawoods backwaters.
Lunch time for the Rhesus Macaques today just above my head at the parking. These guys seemed so busy making lunch that all my attempts to agitate them went in vain.