The Year Through A Lens

“Nature giveth, and nature taketh away,” could well be the message of the year 2020. As we draw closer to the light at the end of the tunnel, I’m reminded of a conversation between Piglet and Winnie the Pooh. Piglet asks, “What would you do if it was your last day on earth?” Pooh shrugs, “I dunno’. Probably just hang out. Maybe have some snacks.” Piglet says, “But that’s what you do now,” and Pooh replies, “Yup. Live life every day like it’s your last.” Now, this is the message I’m taking into the new year – to reflect and view things, believing there are no wrongs or rights, just different perspectives as seen through Amdy’s incredible lens.


Amdy has over 10 years of experience as an outdoor professional and has worked across the globe with some of the most reputed outdoor outfits. A specialist in Mountaineering and Rescue Operations, he is also a travel and photography enthusiast with numerous contributions to publications like Lonely Planet. He has worked on projects like The World’s Longest Zipline and the first commercial Via Ferrata in UAE. Besides his numerous achievements in the outdoor industry, he is also a founding member of the Sattal Conservation Club and works effortlessly on a daily basis towards conserving our forests and rescuing wildlife.

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Photo Credit: Amdy

6 thoughts on “The Year Through A Lens”

    1. Thank you so much Himani. Means a lot coming from you, I see a story in the beautiful sunrises you capture. Thanks so much again.

    1. Thank you so much Tanwar. Hope the images brought the mountains closer to you and the captions walked you through them.

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