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On August 7, on my way back to home, like any other day, I was standing at the end of one of the compartments in a metro. I saw that an uncle sitting opposite to me was sketching something. I could not see what exactly he was making, because of the crowd, but I could see his hand moving time and again. I observed him for a while and realised that he is sketching people standing/sitting in the metro. After a while, I went near to him and saw him sketching flawlessly that too in a jiffy. By the time, I would realise who is the individual, observe him, he would have completed the sketch. I got a seat next to him, observed him and hesistatingly striked a conversation. I asked him if it is his hobby or profession and he told me that he is a painter by profession. He does oil and water paintings. He do outdoor sketching (the one he was doing while speaking to me) to be in practice and hone his skills. He asked me about my profession and indirectly we were related. I asked him his name so that I can look for his work.
After this hardly 5 minutes of conversation, I realised that how we make simple things look monstrous. I gave a good thought and time before initiating a conversation with him. I posed a simple question to him and he replied with equal simplicity, but it was me who was unsure about it. I was scared to start a conversation because what if the other person takes an offence, considering getting offended is the new trend. But it was simple and I was glad that I spoke to him.
P.S. - I took both photos with his permission. I wanted to capture him while working, from the front, but he denied for that.
Because the greatest part of a road trip isn’t arriving at your destination. It’s all the wild stuff that happens along the way. —Emma Chase
If you only knew all the roads we should not have taken, all the backing up on a mountain off-road because it was too ambitious to think we’ll go through in our van, all the endless discussion at unmarked dirt road intersections trying to figure out which way to go without any gps working but a map only...
If you only knew all the trails that were too sketchy, all the wandering off them, all the deep breathing trying to stay calm and think, all those cold as hell mornings in the midsummer with all the hiking in the dark to avoid afternoon thunderstorms on top, all the stones sliding off the trail behind you and rolling into the deep canyon below...
If you only knew all the raised heart beating when you lay down to sleep in your tiny tent at 12,000 feet with the thunderstorm coming right at you...
... you’d understand the price we choose to accept for all those beautiful mornings at the glacial lakes up high when you have all the view for yourself, the price for avoiding all the crowd to enjoy the solitude in the woods and on mountain tops...
...you’d understand all that wild often ugly side of adventures people like us call living.
There’s something about getting down to the basic survival in the wilderness that make Life almost tangible, breathable, perceptible.
You might think it’s crazy. But I’d say living otherwise is suffocating. And I know I am not the only one. #areyouwithme