Photography – Combretum indicum

Combretum indicum, a.k.a Chinese honeysuckle or Rangoon creeper, is a vine plant with cluster of red-pink-white flower. It is called Madhu Malti in Hindi and Modhumonjori in Bengali, and is a ligneous vine, which means it grows wood as its structural tissue. Its flowers change color and position in order to attract pollinators. When it blooms, it is white, turns pink as it matures and consequently, … Continue reading Photography – Combretum indicum

Nature Photography #5 – Monochrome

Monochrome color scheme is something that really fascinates me. On one hand it gives a sense of mystery, suspense to the picture and on the other it also tells a story. It gives an old feel (lol) to the picture, something vintage, something representing 80’s. For me, it’s mostly the former feeling. I find them really fascinating. These are some monochrome shots I clicked using my Oppo … Continue reading Nature Photography #5 – Monochrome