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Winter at whitaker ponds by Kunal Mehra
Past present and future by Kunal Mehra
Columbia slough winter by Kunal Mehra
Split rock trail sunset by Kunal Mehra
Winter solstice sunset by Kunal Mehra
What does the desert say by Kunal Mehra
Pay attention and be astonished by Kunal Mehra
I belong here by Kunal Mehra
Late autumn sunset along Oregon coast by Kunal Mehra
Golden minute along boy scout trail by Kunal Mehra
The astonishing light of your own being by Kunal Mehra
Tell me all about yourself by Kunal Mehra
Family of trees and stars by Kunal Mehra
Blues and Pinks in the Mojave by Kunal Mehra
Sunset over Yucca Valley by Kunal Mehra
I contain multitudes within me by Kunal Mehra
Sunset along Park Boulevard by Kunal Mehra
Twentynine Palms and many stars by Kunal Mehra
Call to love by Kunal Mehra
Symphony of silence stars and boulders by Kunal Mehra
Pink sunsets of the Mojave by Kunal Mehra
Bearing witness by Kunal Mehra
We are here for you by Kunal Mehra
Moon and Mojave by Kunal Mehra
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About Kunal Mehra
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you enjoy what you find. I live in the beautiful Pacific Northwest region of the USA and am grateful for all this place offers, photographically and otherwise.
My award-winning photographs have been featured as one of 25 finalists in Outdoor Photographer's American Landscape 2013 landscape contest and have been printed in publications like The Sun Magazine, Southwest Airlines' in-flight magazine and the Portland Japanese Garden's 2015 calendar.
Photography for me is a way to connect closely with what's around me. Whether that's observing the subtle shifts in light on a mossy log over the course of a minute or observing how the sun lights up different parts of a tree over the course of a year, I think the core of the photography experience is forming and maintaining a close connection with what enthralls you.
I once read a bumper sticker that said "Your Soul needs the Wild". I liked that a lot. If I may add a couple of other aspects to that, my 'mission statement' for my photographs would be something like: "I hope my photos help nourish your soul by providing it with something wild, beautiful and truthful'.
I also believe in supporting the local community where I live. 5% of profits from all photography sales will go to Street Roots, a local Portland-based organization that provides income opportunities for people experiencing homelessness and poverty, by producing a newspaper.
Thanks for reading.