About Reminiscence Frames
Reminiscence is the collection of visual imprints which will be here with you forever. The Idea of these collections are based on the memories and nostalgia of the characters, occasions, and places that I passed through in my Photographic journey. What I have learnt during my journey that “There is only you and your camera, the limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see & what we are.” – Ernst Haas.
My vision is to explore this world beyond the photographic rules.
Founded by Anil T Prabhakar
Starting his photographic sojourn as a photojournalist, Anil T. Prabhakar moved to other genres of the art-form soon with elan. A firm believer that it is the person behind the camera who creates the images, he attributes both success and failure to the doer rather than to his tool.
The Beauty and Bleakness of Mount Bromo
Reflecting back, I understood that my journey to Mount Bromo was never that of the ordinary traveler who climbs it merely to capture the greatness of the caldera. Nor had I journeyed there to get a glimpse of a magnificent sunrise at dawn or drink in the fiery hues of a scarlet sky above the Penenjakan and Kingkong hills at dusk.
My journey had a greater meaning to it. The terrain surrounding the mountain was magical which perhaps was imparted to it by the mystical and ancient Tengger Tribe that thrives to this day have survived eons. The Tengger were an ancient people having an ancient link to the great kingdom of Majapahit which boasts of its renowned spiritual dimension of Hinduism. The Beauty and Bleakness of Mount Bromo, is a bridge between Tenggerese and Sacred Mount…
“Creativity is a series of destructions”
Picasso’s famous statement was what came to mind immediately while I was perusing Anil .T.Prabhakar’s coffee table book on Mount Bromo.
An attempt on creativity, about a supposedly instrument of destruction – a volcano.