Sunday, October 30, 2011

Diwali Lights

I have been away for long and in a strange way resisted writing here. You know how it is when you haven't done something you love for long, you hesitate before you start again because it just means so much to you. But here I am and its been Diwali and like the rest of the world, we lit lamps, bought some new ones - which excited me :) How much joy a simple beautiful thing can bring. So the lamps are still sitting in front of me & I have not had the mind to pack it in. Sharing a few Diwali moments across the past days.
A simple string of lights thrown across my side table adds so much drama
All kinds of lamps come together, t lights, traditional Kerala oil lamps, candles and my new Moroccan lamp

I had fun pushing my lights around and shooting it in different angles :)
A pooja that's normally performed at home annually this time coincided with Diwali
Have finally shot some of my new range of Diwali products (the ones I still have a few pieces of) some I have sold out completely & have to make a fresh batch of. Will share my experiences and pics of both the exhibitions I took part in. Plus some home tours and some even more interesting people and their stories. Lots coming up on this blog, so stay tuned. God I've missed you guys and this space :) Welcome back :)


Shanthi said...

Good to have you back and what lovely lamps radiating so much glow around. said...

Hey Vineeta thanks for visiting my blog and leaving such compliments! I really enjoyed your posts and will visit again :)

GB said...

Hey Vineeta, good to have you back. Your home as usual looks lovely--hope you had a wonderful diwali!

Flor Baez said...

Very beautiful! Nice pics! :)

crypticrow said...

ufff..such gorgeous images you have captured! my words won't do much justice anyway :) love the unique captioning as always. looking forward to all the promised posts with bated breath :D

Chandan said...

Awesome post as ever V... hope you had the best diwali!

vineeta said...

Shanti, Thank you, I'm glad to be back as well :)

Sunandini, the pleasure of seeing your work was all mine :)

Flor, thank you for the visit & do come again :)

Kalyani, I love the track that plays when I visit your blog. Thank you for coming by :)

Chandan :) Best Diwali is a relative term :) Looking forward to meeting you :)

Smoke and Rain said...

These pictures are fantastic. I'm an artist myself and great lighting is always a pleasure to see. Thanks for sharing! Glad I stumbled upon your page!


Anu@My Dream Canvas said...

Beautiful pictures and good to have you back!

Maya said...

I love the effect of fairy lights. They always make a room look so warm.

Also, I love the font you've used for all the pictures. What font is it?

Arch at Rang said...

The golden glow of grouped lamps is so festive and gorgeous!


Gunjan Pai said...

what stunning captures these :) ufff

vineetha naval said...

beautiful snaps.! loved the moroccon lamps :)

marilyn scott said...

Breathtaking photos on Diwali lights. I super love those reflections and bright lights. Thanks for sharing these Diwali decorations, they made my day!


dokka srinivasu said...

Vineeta Nair madam

Namaste. Happy Diwali wishes to you, to your family members and friends.

Vineeta Nair madam best wishes for your arts, crafts and interiors projects.

Vineeta Nair madam this is my Diwali message "Lamps of India" which i shared in my Heritage of India blog.

Vineeta Nair madam please look into my Lamps of India message and share your comments.

Vineeta Nair madam i hope you like my blog and join as a member to my Heritage of India blog.