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Siddharth Sirohi
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Image maker | Visualizer | Light stalker.
Image maker | Visualizer | Light stalker.

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After climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb.
Nelson Mandela
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Pune is awesome during monsoons. The lush green grass and the ever changing colors in the sky, it's a treat!! 
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Pune is awesome during monsoons. The lush green grass and the ever changing colors in the sky, it's a treat!! 
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Pune is awesome during monsoons. The lush green grass and the ever changing colors in the sky, it's a treat!! 
#Pune , #hqsplandscape , #India , #cityscapephotography  
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Ride the lightning!! My way of welcoming thunder showers over Pune today evening!! #Pune #Lightning
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Friends the new website is up, let me know what you think of it.
Also fine art prints are up for grabs at great prices. Contact me if you wish to buy anything.
http://www.siddharthsirohi.com/
Siddharth Sirohi Photography
Siddharth Sirohi Photography
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So rightly put.
Seth Godin nails it again:

"It seems arrogant to say, "perhaps this isn't for you."

When the critic pans your work, or the prospect hears your offer but doesn't buy, the artist responds, "that's okay, it's not for you." She doesn't wheedle or flip-flop or go into high pressure mode. She treats different people differently, understands that she is working to delight the weird, not please the masses, and walks away.

Isn't that arrogant?

No. It's arrogant to assume that you've made something so extraordinary that everyone everywhere should embrace it. Our best work can't possibly appeal to the average masses, only our average work can.

Finding the humility to happily walk away from those that don't get it unlocks our ability to do great work."

- Time to delight the weird.
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Let's go on a journey!!
Sorry for Reposting but this time via youtube for those experiencing difficulties with my previous post. Hope this helps.

For this new year we should all ask ourselves, how can I make my life better while at the same time, make other people's life better also. I personally believe that if everyone was doing what they are gifted at for at least a small part of their time/life, that the whole world would benefit from that. Too many people have amazing talents and/or aptitudes that lies dormant. I often think that we will never get to see some of the greatest artists, teachers, athletes etc. simply because these people were brought up being told what they should do by people that thought they knew what was best for them. I know this is a bit far fetch and even unreal but stop for a sec and imagine a world where everyone would be doing exactly what they were brought here to do. Wouldn't that be awesome? You can say I'm a dreamer... But I'm not the only one ;)

Stay Strong & Live With Passion
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"Rarified Light"
Not every photograph has a dramatic story behind it. 
But this one does.
This past summer, I spent several days backpacking through the Talkeetna Mountains with a friend. On the 3rd evening of our stay, high above Lower Reed Lake, our camp site was pounded by a thunderstorm. 
We reviewed our options; retreat vs hold our ground. As the lightning strikes began hitting the peaks all around our tent, we considered running down the slick, moss and tundra covered boulder field to lower ground. Would it be more dangerous than to simply stay in our (metal pole reinforced) tent and ride out the storm?
In the end, despite the rain smashing into our tent wall, the frequent crashing boom of thunder, and the constant blinding flashes of light that filled our valley - we held our ground.
This was the photograph that I created just before the storm rolled into our base camp. Usually, rainbows follow a passing storm, but this one preceded the brunt of it. As a double rainbow formed around it, we raced to the edge of this meltwater lake. The incredible light show didn't last very long, but it was worth the effort and the drenching immediately following.

http://www.davidryantaylor.com/horizontal-prints/rarified-light
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One from the archives. A rare clear day in the Nilgiris! #blackandwhitephotography   #landscapephotography   #india   #hqspmonochrome  
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