Category Archive: Seascapes

Andaman Sea: Life on the Islands

February 2018:  A visit to the farthest islands in the Andaman Sea was the main and most memorable adventure of the month.  The farthest of the islands is at least six hours from… Continue reading


As our boat cruised towards another one of the many islands scattered all over the Andaman, the setting sun turned the sky into a crimson-red palette and one of the islands into a… Continue reading




A Tryst

The hopelessly romantic side of me sometimes fantasizes of a secret rendezvous far out at sea: where the  bright, blue sky is the only witness to the clandestine meet-up; where the salty breeze flirtatiously… Continue reading

Against the Tide

Bay of Bengal, November 2016.  In this part of the bay; the slow tide of development in the countryside and the surge of the internet and communication infrastructure in modern worlds do not… Continue reading

Day’s End

Bay of Bengal, November 2016.  As the sun starts to sink, before the sky turns to crimson-red and darkness overcomes daylight; the fishing net has been reloaded into the fishing boat, the meager… Continue reading


Bay of Bengal, November 2017: Meanwhile, as a complex humanitarian crisis continues to unfold near the northern sections of the Bay of Bengal, life must go on in this remote fishing village on… Continue reading


Bay of Bengal, November 2017.  My photography always takes the backseat of my priorities when doing field work.  More often than not, I am travelling with a team that operates on very tight… Continue reading

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