Saturday well spent with Photographer friends and learning Travel writing at Literature Studio

This weekend was quite interesting and had chance to meet photographer friends at Photography Exibition ENIGMA & learn Travel Writing in the workshop organized by Literature Studio in Noida. 

It was 2nd last day of ENIGMA Photography exhibition at Arpana Kaur Gallery near Siri Fort Auditorium, so planned to visit the shown in the noon. It was great to see the brilliant work by Ravi Dhingra, Nin Taneja, Saba Hasan and Pooja Bahari. Spent some time at the gallery with Ravi and Nin. Nin and I had some detailed discussions around Memoir/Novel writing. We had lunch at the gallery canteen and enjoyed aloo-sabzi with garma-garam pooris. After the lunch, Ravi and I had various discussions around old exhibitions in last 2 years, photography trends, workshops being done by different photographers in India and how things are rapidly changing in Photography communities (online or offline). We also had few discussions around Photo Blogging. 

It was time to head back to Noida to attend Travel Writing workshop by Literature Studio. It was again a nice experience to meet folks from different walks of life, who enjoy travelling and want to share their experiences in creative way. Thanks to Literature Studio and enthusiastic participants. Thoroughly enjoyed all the sessions and discussions.  


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