Friday, 18 December 2015


Apart from the reason that I absolutely LOVE Delhi winters, the season and weather during the months of October to Mid-March are, according to me, the best for monument photography
The lighting is brilliant, with the sun tilted at a beautiful angle. 
The amazing heritage sites are less crowded, as most people prefer to have some extra sleep in their cosy, heated blankets, and the surrounding trees are colourful, and the ground underneath the tree too is littered with vivid and vibrant shades of red, all because of the Gulmohar trees.

When the sun does shine down hard, the glowing light seeps through the white, fluffy clouds which look like they've come out of a movie, and once you have that photograph, you hardly need any touch ups in processing.

In other parts of the world, the monuments look absolutely stunning, with the pearl white snow all around.

And of course, how can I forget? After a long day of photography, you can rely on some warm, roasted and extremely addictive peanuts, available in the vicinity of most heritage sites, for just 10 bucks.

Thank you!
Ragini Zutshi Anand

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