Monsoon. A season of love, romance, secrets, thunderbolts and well humidity. Tinsel town might be the culprit behind this confused portrayal – lovers walking under the same umbrella singing a song in their hearts and stealing glances from each other or creepy stalkers following the protagonist or coffins tearing apart with the rise of the ghost(s)!
I like drama but my relationship with rain and monsoon is simple and uncomplicated. I like rain especially when I’m at home and don’t have to go out; a book and a cup of tea is just an added bonus. Any other scenario and I can’t stand the inconvenience! Especially since I’ve spent 7 years in Bangalore where it rains 80% of the time!
Now that I am in South Korea and don’t have to deal with potholes, mud, traffic jams – I like staying home, reading a book by the window snuggled on a sofa with a book or better going to the Tancheon stream for a walk alone in the rain.
And once it stops raining, I love to look at the patterns in the sky. the grey sky can look beautiful. I have had plenty of beautiful moments like these captured in the past few days but the one I’m sharing here was taken today!
Photo perspective: I have captured this shot from my window with my DSLR Nikon D7100. I like the slight tilt of the photo, it was unintentional but I decided to keep it.
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