Monday, May 22, 2006

Self Portrait

Been thinking of a self portrait from some time. So here it is, Rugged Bronx alley style.

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Kite Runner

I thought I was beyond the hill to be moved by mere printed words. But words they are, so beautifully weaved, could move a mountain, let alone me. Is it possible to write a book giving so much of graphical description of human relations. The book feels more of a autobiography, and somewhere deep within I feel that there is more truth than what is claimed as a "Story". I used to read from my child hood and pretty proud of the fact that I have finished one whole library, but in over a hundreds of books I read, never has any book evoked such an intense emotion.
Did you ever read more eloquent book describing pain? Its heart wrenching. I read hardly 70 pages of it, and I am in a dilemma. I cannot seem to read further without feeling miserable nor I cannot stop reading it. The narration is so vivid, that I feel the words have turned into blood and flowing through my veins. Damn, why ever did pick up the book.
And for you Hosseini, hats off, A thousand times over!

Friday, May 05, 2006

Welcome the glow!!

One more snap of the sunset. Sun going down behind those buildings. It gave a strange combination of white light and blue pheripheral light. The reflection you see is the top of my car. Dont have a tripod yet. The way me go on clicking, I better buy one. BTW, why do you think we like sunsets so well??? May be its the primal instincts of start of tirbal dances and music after sunset. chak

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Dream Bike

My Pal, Joe's Bike.
One day, I am going to own it!!!