Kite festival is celebrated in Indian, Chinese, Japanese and many other cultures just to name a few. In each culture flying kites signifies something. In some it’s a way to send prayers to god, in some others it signifies good luck and prosperity. But to me flying kite has always seemed so liberating. Just like we let go of the kite and let the wind guide it’s direction.
This is my first edition on SLOIKA.
This edition consists of 25 pieces of one photograph. It’s my birthday month and on 20th I’ll be turning 25, hence the number of pieces. Hope you all will like it.
I am a travel photographer. I try to capture the emotions, culture & diversity of different people around different places and show them to the world. I want people to see places they’ve never been through my viewfinder. And I also like to explore new styles of photography cause I believe that art cannot be confined to a particular genre. Photography is a song for my soul.
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