Long Days Of The Year by Sonalika Vakili

About this series

In various calendars including Chinese, Latin, and the Solar Calendar, the period between March and July, when the earth’s axis deviation toward the sun increases, the first season of temperate zones, spring arrives and length of the day increases at a high pace, the earth becomes warmer and the plant starts to regrow, and everything gets beautiful.
In these small photographs, my perception of spring is the days getting longer and the effects that sunlight has on the outward appearance of flowers and thus turning their objectivity into dreams behold my sight.

Professional Category
Nature nominee


Sonalika Vakili


Sonalika Vakili is an award-winning visual artist using the medium of photography. She can't call herself a fine art or even a nature photographer in particular.

Photography helps her to explore the nature and possibilities of image-making.

She considers the representation of gender, duality and constructed identities.

For her the whole process through seeing, capturing, digital editing and finally presenting art works are her way to create Art.