Category: Photo Stories

The Life of an Asiatic Lily – a Timelapse Video

The Life of an Asiatic Lily – a Timelapse Video

As I have mentioned before, timelapse movies fascinate me and one of my latest projects was about recording the life (and death) of an (Orange Ton) Asiatic Lily in the summer of 2021. The allure of a timelapse movie, or even a hyperlapse one, is  (Full Story)

Dance of the Zinnia – A Timelapse Video

Dance of the Zinnia – A Timelapse Video

I recently acquired a trail camera and wanted to use specifically its night mode to capture the blooming of a zinnia plant for a timelapse video. Timelapse movies have fascinated me and a few years ago managed to do a short timelapse of an orange  (Full Story)

Fall Colors in  Huntsville, Ontario

Fall Colors in Huntsville, Ontario

Autumn, or Fall as it is commonly called in North America, is a feast for the nature lover and the photographer. As the leaves turn red, orange and/or yellow, and absorb and reflect the ever-weakening sunlight, the landscape looks so breathtaking in that fall color  (Full Story)

Autumnal Comparison

Autumnal Comparison

The autumn here in southern Ontario has been mild so far. The weather has been warmer than usual most of the time. Last year, during September and October I had followed the progression of the fall through a set of three trees along with trail  (Full Story)

Wildfires giving a red tint to sun, moon

Wildfires giving a red tint to sun, moon

Sunrises, sunsets and moon – whether it is waxing, waning or in full moon phase – can be beautiful. Especially when the sun is so reddish during the sunrise or sunset. During the past week, however, the sun had been beautiful even during the late  (Full Story)

Mountains beyond sea

Mountains beyond sea

There is something beautiful when beyond the quite waters of a sea you can see mountains. This was the scene when I looked out of my hotel room in Cairns, Australia. Of course, the well-maintained seaside accentuated the beauty of the sea and the rolling  (Full Story)

Phones of 2oth century

Phones of 2oth century

We all have seen those videos where kids look in wonder when shown old rotary phones and discuss earnestly as to how to dial with those antiques. Well, even most of us would have forgotten “exchanges” or office “switchboards” where lines are literally unplugged and  (Full Story)

Paddy field in Sri lanka

Paddy field in Sri lanka

Rice is considered to be the staple food for more than half the world’s population, particularly in Africa and Asia. In many parts of the world, it is still cultivated the traditional way. Here a farmer checks his rice fields in the morning in southern  (Full Story)