The mornings become cool and breezy. The day draws to a close earlier, making the evenings shorter. The garden isn’t full of blooming flowers. The AC is no longer in use and the refrigerator setting has been moderated. Winter should be here soon.
As monsoon turns into winter, I look back at my photography of the rainy season. One day particularly stands out. It was a day when it poured like never before. It was also a day when I went out for photography without a memory chip in my camera. :l It’s a good thing that the SD cards are not camera model specific. J A fellow photographer was kind to share his SD card. It did turn out to be a pain to frequently turn off the camera and transfer the card, but we got a few decent shots and it was all worth it. More than the photography, it was driving through the city and attempting to get a few frames in the downpour that made the day unique. A few pictures follow.
The North Block. The policeman was too hesitant to leave cover to ask us to move our car. High security means you cant stop and take your time clicking photos. Innovatively, he sent a message through another citizen driving down the road.
The water drops from the fountain merge with the raindrops.
A very wet India Gate.
The traffic blurred with the pelting rain.
The good old faithful umbrella is brought into action.
Drenched and alone.
The sunset after the rains.