Rains Approaching

Rain clouds pass over the valley section of the Kharghar Hills at Kharghar, Navi Mumbai.

The rains seemingly made an early entrance this year due to the ongoing cyclone situation in the Arabian Sea. Though much of the rains were passing and there has hardly been any consistency, the area had already felt the effect with the earth becoming supple and mushy, dry and burnt grass turning fresh and small but vibrant green shrubs peeping from everywhere.

Monsoon in the hills is a sight to be reckoned with!

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Back to the Base

It had been a long time since I visited the area for a shoot or trek. Delighted about the fact that the hills and monsoon had kept their word by transforming the place into this green paradise I always knew of, I hopped around and scouted the location, finally settling at this small holding pond created by a steam coming downhill through the main valley.

Though the rains were passing rather than being continuous (a blessing in disguise) the place looked fresh as ever, emitting those same mystical vibes I felt each and every time I was around.

31st December 2016 – Day 366 of 366

Female Asian Koel at SW

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’!

Regards

Tgatwork, signing off