Sam Sand Dunes, Jaisalmer, India.
Jaisalmer Fort, India.


I’ve always had this feeling of sitting on a ginormous ‘ticking’ clock. A normal day brings in 24 hours, 1440 minutes, and 86400 seconds. And each ticking second can lead to a number of diverging possibilities. A possibility to so something, or nothing. Every second lost, leads to another minute and eventually, transitions into an hour being lost. And yet, I squander most of my precious seconds, dreaming or lost in deep thought. Soon enough, it’s over. Our giant planet has spun its axis, the fiery ball of gas decides to shine its light on another side of the globe, leaving us in the plunging darkness of night.


Posted by:twobrownfeet

Writer-Photographer Duo. Now in Seoul.

17 replies on “WPC: Transition

    1. Thanks Tina! Basil will be incredibly happy with all the generous praise he’s received for these shots. Abt the text, I think I wrote it in a moment of temporary delirium. I had visited the dentist the previous day. 🙂

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