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Photo Publication – VIII

Photo Publication – VIII

t2 Click, The Telegraph, Calcutta

Dated 28th November, 2012

t2 click is the latest addition to the the t2 supplement of The Telegraph, Calcutta. On 14 th 2012 November the t2 supplement of The Telegraph announced the launch of t2 clicks.

It read “Dear readers, After we featured Photowalk in Calcutta for the first time on October 26, the t2 Feedback inbox crashed – with mails and pictures pouring in, at the rate of two a minute….” It further said “So, dear shutterbugs, here’s announcing  a brand new section – t2 Click. Every month we will set one theme and you can interpret it your own way. Write a line or two on your shot …. Happy clicking!” November’s theme was “A NIP IN THE AIR”

On 28 th November 2012 the t2 supplement of The Telegraph, Calcutta published the first photos of the t2 click. It was the first installment of the t2 clicks November’s theme “A NIP IN THE AIR” and it contained a photograph shot by me.

Char Chinar, Dal Lake, Srinagar, J&K

The photograph published features the Char Chinar in Dal Lake in Srinagar Kashmir. The Char Chinar is a man made island in Dal Lake with four giant Chinar Trees in its four corners, hence the name Char Chinar. It was shot during my solo trip to Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) during December 2009.

The caption of my Char Chinar photo in t2 reads “It was early winter morning in Srinagar and it was not a good morning. Braving the bad weather, I set out on a shikara for Char Chinar, a square island on Dal Lakehousing four gigantic chinar trees. The island appeared as a dot in the horizon, only to be transformed into a tiny square island. The leafless trees with their intricate network of branches created a gloomy but stunning spetacle with overcast sky as the backdrop.”

I am proud to be featured in the inaugural column of the t2 click of t2, The Telegraph, Calcutta.

  1. Sayak Bhattacharya
    September 10, 2015 at 1:00 AM

    How can I send my photographs to t2click@abp.in ?????????????

    • September 11, 2015 at 9:41 PM

      Dear Sayak, just email your photo at the mentioned email address

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