Last Saturday I was invited to Sarkhej Roza, to speak to the 1st year Architecture students from Indus university, about Humanity and Photography. Not that I am an expert in either of those fields, but it was nice talking to a bunch of young minds clinging on to every word that you utter. Their task was to shoot and choose 3 of their best images. I will post the top 3 images on my blog, once I receive all of them.

If you have not been to Sarkhej roza, which is now a World Heritage site, I definitely recommend doing so, especially in this season, right after the rains. You can spend a good 3-4 hours just walking around and moving along the edge of the lake. Go there early in the morning to see the sunrise. You won’t regret it.

After our little discussion, I started taking pictures and then decided to shoot some Hyperlapse using my iPhone and the new Hyperlapse app that I talked about in this post. This is just a short clip of the Sarkhej Roza shot from the iPhone and does not do justice to what is actually present at this beautiful heritage site.