acrylic on canvas, 50 x 39 cm, 6 days

acrylic on canvas, 50 x 39 cm, 6 days


The canvas stared back , revealing itself gently
And with time, the doors emerged;

A perpetual motion.

Happy new year everyone ! Here’s to life, the most beautiful canvas  there is !

Prost !!!!


A horizontal waterfall

Walking through dull

unnatural, linear shapes,

leaving the cage-bars of planned grid-work,

We saw a more pleasing line

where the sea met the sky,

bound like the pages of a book

at the horizon.


It was breathing,

audible in its waves

visible in the way

it heaved and pulled in.


Soles walking on the sand and pebbles,

injected life into our tired souls,

as cold water lapping our feet,

washed the gathered fatigue away.


Seagulls accompanied us now,

as our spirits soared mit,

The sun warmed our hearts

on our soft sandy bed.


The occasional massive wave silenced our inner noise,

thumped and shook the ground and us

as we were pleasantly distracted by the wind

teasingly pelting us with sand.


Looking out at the sea,

we realized that the waves

were essentially water tumbling down since ever,

down a huge horizontal waterfall.



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Of course.

The chronicles of Barcelona – Part I :-)

So this entry has been long due.

Came back from Barcelona completely hungover on Gaudi , Picasso, the sea , and all the love this city radiates.
For us, travelling in Europe has always required some amount of planning (since we always want to use only public transport, not waste money /food / resources, eat vegetarian food, observe and learn, not rush things but rather soak in cultures and the tiny details of any place ); as against in India where all we needed to do was book our train tickets in advance . The cost of impromptu journeys is Massive here , and results in a lot of guilt if  aimless wandering is involved. This trip however saw minimum planning – no campsites researched since we were staying in a hostel, no camping gear prepared, no food/utensils/ spices packed since we were flying with only cabin baggage,  no research on local festivals/ culture / art – went ahead with just the excitement of Picasso, Gaudi, the sea and the unknown.
This was also the first time we took a flight here in Europe, and it has weighed down heavily on our conscience for we firmly believe that our wants should not be fulfilled at the expense of nature. And hence we do not intend to do so again. We constantly struggle with this criterion every step of the way in life – food, shelter, clothing, knowledge , our dreams. We aim to restrict our wants to our basic needs, and to live simply and mindfully.

On Barcelona – One of the highlights of this trip was our accidental interaction with a group of elderly gentlemen on the very first day at Plaça de Tetuan. I love conversing with and observing old people; they have so many stories to share, so much wisdom to impart. I generally have a lot of fun with them. This particular group of gentlemen was playing a french sport called Petanque. They were all extremely friendly, very keen to share details about themselves, told us more about the sport, were so very curious about us, and quite excited about posing in-front of the camera 🙂 They were  very warm people, so warm that my eyes are welling up as I type this.

One very interesting thing was this magnet which they were carrying so that they did not have to bend to pick up the balls, I think its extremely smart and thoughtful.

I do not see elderly people play sport in India, i wonder why.
To be around fun old people feels to me like being around kids . I took a lot back from this experience, feeling all warm and fuzzy inside 🙂