Photographer's Note

Nearly two months in Mumbai, having shifted from Delhi, life for me has become very hectic, both at office & settling down at home. I have not been getting much time for TE, leave alone taking my camera out for photography.

Monsoons have reached Mumbai, albeit around a month late. It drizzles every day, another reason why my camera still continues to rest in the camera bag. But my fingers itch and my eyes twitch to have a look through the viewfinder....but then...:-(

Sitting beside the window of my 17th floor apartment, I think of possible subjects or places in Mumbai for photography…Adjacent to our apartment complex is another towering building being built & work is going on at full pace from 6.30 in the morning to 10 in the night. After sundown, the Thermo Mechanically Treated (TMT) rods illuminated by the Halogen lights, in my eyes look quite beautiful, like giant panpipes (thanks Marine)... I see them everyday, but only yesterday thought I take some pictures of these. Something different & experimental from me I guess and why not? :-). The Workshop is a saturated version of the same shot. Didn't know which to choose for the main post!

90 mm, 1/5 sec., ISO 1600, Handheld

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