45 Degrees and the Moon
When temperatures in Delhi stubbornly dance around mid 40s celsius, I encourage you to look at a picture of a full moon in the hills and contemplate if you like. It may send you down a path of reminiscence and romance, making you imagine situations and things which simply cannot be a reality in a cosy corner of your living room, however cool it may be. It could induce feelings and expressions of adventure and pleasure. You may write a thrilling story of love or write that travelogue of your last visit to the mountains you’ve been meaning to write for the past few months.
As a matter of the fact one doesn’t have to wait till scorching heat hits them to visualise the moon in the hills. It is such a memorable event, one can think about it any time and any where.
I am posting here the consequence of my musings about the full moon in the Himalayas. This is a part of the current portfolio on Fragility, Transience and Transcendence.
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Shot at Tirthan Valley, Himachal Pradesh.
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