A guest write up by my friend Felix Ernesto Hück. He engages in international art projects that make their way to Frankfurt and contributes to film festivals dedicated to Latin America or Asia. Also, he translates for subtitles and has a strong passion for photography and videography. In Germany, houseboats have become a trend during… Continue reading Islands for beginners in Germany
Have been trying cover some lesser known destinations in Australia (‘lesser known’ in regards to the usual itinerary of a tourist on a tight schedule). My first article in this thread was about a Chinese Garden themed park in midst of the bustling city of Sydney, link :https://champographie.com/2018/12/22/hidden-china-bustling-sydney/comment-page-1/ Had been thinking of penning down about… Continue reading Cherry Blossoms at 7000 KMs from Japan – Tulip Top Gardens
…Just a random thought -what in our life have we sought? Born and nurtured by parents.Ba Bornnd nurtured by parents. Learns to walk, learns to hunt, when old enough they move on. Learns to walk, read and write, and a garnishing of religion. They hunt when hungry, but at least have a time of their… Continue reading Animals
‘Time and Tide Waits for none’ , remember the phrase? But he was told to wait, and he agreed… a mistake? Year 2017 – they said its fresh, take some time. He obliged without much thought, everything felt so divine. Year 2018 – give it another year, your family’s need. Obliged again, but now it… Continue reading Time and Tide
Two little girls patiently wait for their father to wrap up his work and accompany them home for lunch. Clicked at Kumartuli, Kolkata.
Childrens selling balloons is a common sight here in the streets of Kolkata…I come across this kid quite often on my way to work, waiting for traffic signals to turn red so that he can approach the cars for selling his balloons. Unlike the other kids, he has a school bag hanging behind… silent and… Continue reading A Handful of Smiles…