Wood shopping & the Fujifilm X-Pro2

Wood shopping & the Fujifilm X-Pro2

Had a great time shooting this morning. A happy coincidence of accompanying an artist friend to Bamboo Bazar, Bangalore's wood market and having the Fujifilm X-Pro2 with the 18mm f2 lens lent by me friend and fellow photographer Chentil . Though I initially didn't plan to shot much, once I got going with the Acros + Green filter film simulation,  It was as if the scene before me was asking to go for more. The sawdust, old machinery and graphic geometry aws too good to pass by.

 
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If your grandmother thinks it's food...

If your grandmother thinks it's food...

When I trace back my visits to Kerala; once a year from Calcutta during our summer vacations and now more often as an adult in Bangalore married to a fellow Malayalee, there's one thing that catches my fancy always. The kitchen and everything that comes out of it. There's something about traditional practices... fresh produce and well used and often worn out vessels and who could ignore the classic wood fire? Although I don't have the scientific expertise to demonstrate how tastier and healthier they are, one needs little evidence to concede. Which brings to my next point.

My grandmother's food....

 
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