Arnab Maity

Arnab Maity's Arnab Maity Travel And Photography

This blog lists my unique travel and photo stories which can
be as intriguing as motorcycling in one of the most remote
and unknown countries of the world, Bhutan.

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Melbourne Evening Photowalk - Fine Art Street Photo Experiments
Melbourne Evening Photowalk - Fine Art Street Photo Experiments
Melbourne is a street photographer’s paradise, period. No matter how much I love the street scene in Sydney (my current city of residence), its not comparable to the arty lanes and alleys of …...
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The Weekly Frame - Loneliness
The Weekly Frame - Loneliness
  Lonely on the land I walk, Lonely cross the sea I sail, Lonely air of beach I stroll – This lonely life doth take its toll – Mark R Slaughter Shot at Camps Cove in Sydney, Australia.  …...
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Looking Ahead to Summer: Greek Activity Breaks
Looking Ahead to Summer: Greek Activity Breaks
Make the most out of your summer beach break and add an activity-laden facet to your typical fun in the sun. Are you used to spending the duration of your time chilling out on a sun lounger with a …...
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Durga Puja Celebrations in Sydney
Durga Puja Celebrations in Sydney
Veer Sanghvi, the editor of Hindustan Times once wrote – “A man in Delhi once asked me -‘What is so special about Durga Puja In Kolkata? It’s just as big as Diwali is here i…...
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West Ireland Attractions: Why Visit County Galway
West Ireland Attractions: Why Visit County Galway
As soon as you step foot in this vibrant city, you will understand why many Dubliners flock here for a good night out. Not only are the city’s streets awash with traditional Irish pubs, fantastic b...
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The Weekly Frame - Surfer’s Paradise
The Weekly Frame - Surfer’s Paradise
The waves at Manly beach in Sydney are famous for their surf-worthiness. Every weekend, hundreds of surfers flock here to experience the kiss of the surging tide. Spirits sour high and for some eve…...
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