NEW INTERVIEW - I recently joined Henri of Fortress on a Hill to discuss the National Geographic drama series The Long Road Home, in light of the over 400 pages of documents that I obtained detailing the US Army’s support for the show. We discussed the inaccuracies, misrepresentations and in some cases downright deceits prevalent throughout the series, how it wavers between realism and magical drama, and its treatment of the anti-war/peace movement. #antiwar#waronterror#iraq#iraqwar#baghdad#thelongroadhome#nationalgeographic#peace#propaganda
Jan'19 another check on my bucket list. Did my first boat dive upto 12m in the South Andaman sea. The feeling I got for the first few seconds couldn't be expressed in words, it was mix of fear and astonishment. Everything was so huge and wide, and only after I spent close to a minute my mind calm down. Soon when the pressure started to stabelize especially in the ears, which only happened once I was below 5m. The underwater universe started making me feel at home and greeted me with amazing view of the coral.
P. S. - This was my first attempt of scuba, shooting under water and video editing. And of course the setting was similar to #znmd including the instructor 😉
Music- Pink floyd
Video editing--video show
I nearly dropped my phone in the pond while delivering this shot. It’s worth giving a try to capture the essence of the autumn hidden gracefully in the spring though the different shades of yellow leaves, from tawny, red, orange,... Life is all about taking risks to reap the success, even though you did not achieve your goal as envisaged, it would make you feel unregretted and a sense of achivement for what you have done.
I know this is not my best one, but it’s worth giving it a try and I would love to share to you guys some of the shots taken yesterday.
'Time and Space', 2019 and 'A walk in the park', 2019 is currently on display as part of 'Roath' exhibition at The Gate, Cardiff until 23rd March 2019