I love photography, ’cause there are no dead-ends, no finish lines and no boundaries.

Still a long way to go....


Silent I'm, so only not looked after...


I'm rusted...yet I'm unbent.


Indian Palm squirrel flaunting marks of Rama's five fingers while building its dreys.


The miscible fusion of old and not so old....of exploited and not so exploited.


They come, They wait and then they go.
Unfortunate ones stay for long and for sure.


'Jadi tor daak shune keu naa aashe tabe ekla chalo re'
(If they answer not to thy call walk alone)


You don't need mundane things to grow. You just need the passion to fly high.


  1. Namita Lad · April 7, 2012

    loved the captions

  2. Signet · April 7, 2012

    Great captions and great pictures. πŸ™‚

  3. vikas pathak · April 8, 2012

    beautiful! i shall not apply my wrecked mind in explaining these pictures(even to myself).
    awesome they are!! Keep feeding my soul.

    • alphaqsecc · April 8, 2012

      Totally unexpected from you.
      Thanks though πŸ™‚ πŸ˜€

  4. Reema · April 10, 2012

    Lovely shots!

  5. RMS (aka Manoj) · April 11, 2012

    last one is the best πŸ™‚

  6. Punam J R · April 19, 2012

    I like the way you ‘view’ lifeless elements to capture life within the shots. It’s really great and an amazing talent. The last one was the best of all.. life on barren soil, signifying hope and the desire to fly, as you’ve put it so correctly. Cheers!

    • alphaqsecc · April 19, 2012

      Thanks a lot Punam.
      Welcome to my blog πŸ˜€
      Keep visiting πŸ™‚ πŸ˜€

  7. Sosha · April 26, 2012

    These pictures are great, Abhijit! Especially, the one of the streetlamp and the last one of the leaves.
    I’m gonna visit this blog later, with a little more time on hands. Keep clicking!

    • alphaqsecc · April 26, 2012

      Thanks a lot Sosha πŸ™‚
      You’re always welcome…keep visiting πŸ™‚ πŸ˜€

      • Sosha · November 25, 2012

        So umm, I was wondering, how do you know that a squirrel’s nest is called a ‘drey.’ Where did you first come across the word first?

      • alphaqsecc · January 3, 2013

        In R.K.Narayan’s novel πŸ™‚

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