The magazine of the photo-essay
March 2017 back issue
The Hour of Serendipity
by Kanishka Mukherji
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Some time, in between light and dark, day and night, dusk and dawn, lies an hour of serendipity when the world lies half asleep, like a snoozing monster waiting thirstily for dawn. There is a certain kind of surreal peace in the environment,as the city hides in disguise of serenity, before it has to wake up and look strenuously alive for no reason at all. A sultry silence envelopes our otherwise boisterous metropolitan.Just before the hustle bustle of daily business, a carefully hidden gem of monochromatic soliloquy.
A lone walk.
Vague dreams.
Surreal beginning.
Starting the day with prayers.
Mobile shelter.
No man’s land.
Child’s play.
Speed framed.
A game of volleyball.
Warming up.
Thirst for a new beginning.
Vigilante ride.
Ride through the mist.
Rush hour.
Away from the crowd.
Morning tea.
The incomplete trinity.
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