An Artist’s Perspective

Recently a photo-walk was organized by ‘Infocus‘- the photography club of IITH. Driven by my interest, I desperately wanted to attend that but due to my lab class, I couldn’t. The following excerpt features my intuitive feeling of how an artist would have perceived the whole scene. Enjoy ‘An Artist’s Perspective’ 🙂 –

Lively morning, Vivid ambiance

Pretty faces, Glowing dresses

Excited Souls, Morning trolls

New acquaintances, Supportive mentors

Roaring bus, Valley roads

Hot gossips & Silent gazes

Observing, Absorbing, Assimilating, Learning

 

Awaiting destination, Welcoming entrance

Amazed spectators, Perplexed performers

Flashing lights, Capturing cuts

One, two, three & cheese

Here & there, This & that

Places, stages, props & roses

High light, low light, Shadow & gleams

Focussed, blurred, Broad & zoomed

Posed & candid, Move or stay

Unfurling facets of artistic play

 

Rising noon & Scorching heat

Comforting shadows & cushioning grasses

Thirsty lips & Quenching water

Relaxing talks & smiling tiredness

 

Delicious cuisines, Spicy they seemed

Polite servers, served them steamed

Hungry fellows, hastily they devoured

Icing of desert , spirit restored

 

Clicks resumed, more acts revealed

Lo & behold, performances on artistic field

Dawning dusk, the clock ticks away

Its time to return, after a fantastic day

The back journey though being same, seemed so anew

The moment of recaps – few learnt & learning few

 

The vision more matured, that I possessed

With the anticipation of beautiful beginning

‘There’s many more to come’-

My heart envisaged.

While the artist inside delighted soul saw all these,

The dismayed one remarked – ‘Dude, it was just a normal photographic tour!’.

 

 

 

 

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One thought on “An Artist’s Perspective

  1. While the artist inside delighted soul saw all these,

    The dismayed one remarked – ‘Dude, it was just a normal photographic tour!’.

    This is the difference between living life and consuming air

    Liked by 1 person

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