Photographer: Kushagra Singhal
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“Photography to me is a lens through which i can turn the world upside down, twist its dimensions, enhance its characters, define its properties and make whatever out of the perspective I get.”
At the age of 15, Kushagra’s passion for photography takes him to places. He maintains a balance between his school work and his passion for the creative world of art, music and photography. Every time he picks up his camera he feels like a gateway has opened up through which he can enter a new world.
So dear readers, we invite you to see the world through Kush’s lenses as he brings to a standstill the beauty around.
I’m pretzeled metal scaling the peak
In fathomless silence to clouds, I speak:
“Condense your pain for a paroxysm of sobs,
I will take your tears, just let them drop.”
“How are you?” He enquired after a number of days.
“Engaged and happy.” She said.
“I knew you would find a better one than me.” He sighed.
“Yes I did, but it’s a book.” She laughed out loud.
Tangled pathways, macabre sky,
Essence of bizarre in those morbid lights,
These tracks lead to future memoirs but,
I long to play here monkey bars.
The mellow ochre of evening delights,
In the cloistered copse that wallows at the height.
The grass is greener on the other side,
Because you forgot to water yours.
The white posh buildings shroud my grace.
Do you think I’m after the mercenary chase?
Lake is my life, I have sky in my sight.
Here I stand still posing for you on my right.
“IN PHOTOGRAPHY THERE IS A REALITY SO SUBTLE THAT IT BECOMES MORE REAL THAN REALITY.”
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