One of Those Mornings – I


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One of Those Mornings – I is part of the project titled Mono No Aware that started during the forced isolation due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Taken during the second year of the pandemic, the photograph portrays waking up somewhere in a desert struck by melancholia and the inability to make out if the world around is real.


Mono No Aware is a collection of images that result from slowing down, taking time to observe, and putting those observations into a frame while admiring the ephemeral nature of life. Created in moments of solitude, often accompanied by inexplicable melancholy, these monochrome pictures are a peek into the world around me – a world that changes quickly and inevitably. It’s acknowledging that things exist – even for a brief amount of time – and that there is beauty in everything.

Photograph year: 2021

Location: Thar Desert, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India

Medium: Archival pigment print

Includes white border in the following sizes (inches):

  • 8 x 10: Longer edges – 0.5, shorter edges – 1
  • 8 x 12 and larger: Longer edges – 1, shorter edges – 0.7

 Print sizes are editioned as following:

  • 8 x 10: Limited to 50
  • 11 x 14: Limited to 25

Note: Frame pictures are for representational purpose only. Prints are shipped without frames, unless noted otherwise.