‘Let yourself be silently drawn by the strange pull of what you really love. It will not lead you astray.’ Rumi
Manju talks about his approach: “For me photography is about many things – it’s a contemplation of beauty, of life as it is, of finding life and aliveness amidst chaos. It is sharing this sensibility with others, it’s about finding symbols out there that speak to me and to others. In all honesty, seeing and finding this beauty keeps me sane.
My interest in photography began in art college in the 1980’s with my trusty 35mm film SLR and 50mm lens. I embraced digital photography soon after it emerged, using many kinds of compact cameras until my son was born in 2003, when I bought a cheap Olympus Pen ILC and never looked back.” See more of Manju’s work at Transience Contemplative Photography.