My wristwatch dial was showing 8.30 on Sunday morning. Since a long time I was waiting for some interesting object to come into this frame, and then he came in, dribbling the ball. He was so engrossed in his activity, that he was unaware of the world around! This boy reminded me of Eklavya, who achieved mastery in archery all by doing self-study. Who knows? Even this boy might excel in basketball in future! :-) This boy is a tribal local resident of National Park of Mumbai.
In the epic Mahabharata, Ekalavya is a young prince of the Nishadha tribes, and a member of a low caste, who nevertheless aspires to study archery in the gurukul of Dronacharya. After being rejected by Drona, Ekalavya embarks upon a program of self-study in the presence of a clay image of Drona. He achieves a level of skill equal to that of Arjuna, Drona's favorite and most accomplished pupil. (text-source...Wikipedia)
I loved the frame in between two silhouetted trees. I took many pictures of this frame at different time intervals, with a variety of subjects in the frame. I'll post next few pictures of the same frame.
Venue: Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mumbai - Nov.07