"Tell me your dream" - A very interesting series by Siddhartha Joshi

I am sure that lot of us who love clicking photographs or appreciate photo stories are also active on Instagram and if you are not there yet, try it out. Instagram is an interesting platform for folks from Photography world. Today I am going to share about one of my favorite Travel Bloggers in India - Siddhartha Joshi. This post is not about Mr Joshi but his series called - "Tell me your dream"

More importantly it's an open initiative and everyone is welcome to share a portrait with a story for a feature on Siddhartha's Instagram channel. For more details check out his Instagram feed and I am sure that you would stick to it for longer time. Long time back I had started a series called 'Meet the Street', wherein I used to post photo essays on ordinary people having extraordinary skills. But I couldn't sustain it for long. Hope to restart the series and publish it soon. This series is truly an inspiration for me and many others. Especially these posts are very encouraging. You would be able to relate to it after reading 4-5 posts from this series. Also do check Travel diaries of Siddhartha. I am trying to catch up on Switzerland posts and looking forward to Jordan stories. I am sure that lot of us who love clicking photographs or appreciate photo stories are also active on Instagram and if you are not there yet, try it out. Instagram is an interesting platform for folks from Photography world. Today I am going to share about one of my favorite Travel Bloggers in India - Siddhartha Joshi. This post is not about Mr Joshi but his series called - "Tell me your dream

Apart from being a brilliant photographer, Siddhartha is a good story teller. "Tell me your dream" is about people he meets on daily basis. 

This series is part of a 365 days project to collect dreams. One dream each day. That is super and I intend to do something like this, but not sure about when and what.


All photographs shared in this post are clicked by Siddhartha Joshi.

More importantly it's an open initiative and everyone is welcome to share a portrait  with a story for a feature on Siddhartha's Instagram channel. For more details check out his Instagram feed and I am sure that you would stick to it for longer time.      Long time back I had started a series called  'Meet the Street', wherein I used to post photo essays on ordinary people having extraordinary skills. But I couldn't sustain it for long. Hope to restart the series and publish it soon. This series is truly an inspiration for me and many others. Especially these posts are very encouraging. You would be able to relate to it after reading 4-5 posts from this series.    Also do check Travel diaries of Siddhartha. I am trying to catch up on Switzerland posts and looking forward to Jordan stories.

More importantly it's an open initiative and everyone is welcome to share a portrait  with a story for a feature on Siddhartha's Instagram channel. For more details check out his Instagram feed and I am sure that you would stick to it for longer time. 

Long time back I had started a series called  'Meet the Street', wherein I used to post photo essays on ordinary people having extraordinary skills. But I couldn't sustain it for long. Hope to restart the series and publish it soon. This series is truly an inspiration for me and many others. Especially these posts are very encouraging. You would be able to relate to it after reading 4-5 posts from this series. 

Also do check Travel diaries of Siddhartha. I am trying to catch up on Switzerland posts and looking forward to Jordan stories. 

So do you know what is your dream?

7 comments:

Archana Kapoor said...

Thanks for sharing VJ.. I like reading Sid's posts too :-)

rupam sarma said...

Great post, Loved Siddhartha Joshi's posts & photography.
Thanks for sharing.

mukulikamusings said...

This is quite interesting. A picture can speak a thousand words indeed. Thank you sharing this, will look it up.

D.Nambiar said...

This is a great project.
My salutes to Sid.

Richa Singh said...

What an idea! I guess we all would like to try :-)

Paresh Kale said...

marvelous !

Sri Kri said...

Wonderful project by Sid.Kudos to him.
Have gone through his post.He is an awesome photographer.:)

Cheers,
Sriram & Krithiga

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