The Tap Desktop Calendar 2021 is here!

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The Tap Desktop Calendar 2021 is ready to be shipped! -For orders within India please buy here. –For orders in the UK/US/EU/Canada/Australia/Singapore/UAE and others please buy using the Paypal Buy button below. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, and to help reduce the risk, I am only able to ship in sets of 3 or 5. Prices include shipping šŸ™‚ Choose from 3 … Read More

A life I’ve loved (Autumn leaves)

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I love collecting souvenirs from walks and travels: leaves, shells, feathers, stones. With autumn setting in, I thought this was a perfect way to celebrate the season. I made this piece with leaves I’ve collected from walks around Cambridge. The Oxalis triangularis (pretty flower-like leaf at the bottom) is a houseplant I dearly love and have managed to keep alive … Read More

The Tap’s Online Shop!

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Hi guys, The Tap store is finally live! For buying posters/frames within India, click here. For buying t-shirts within India, click here. For buying a wide range of products from outside India, click here. A glimpse of the products on my RedBubble store

Cambridge Delights

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Dedicated to Cambridge, my adopted home, and a place I’ve fallen madly in love with. From riverside walks and punting to leafy parks, from secret lanes and corners to buildings full of history, Cambridge is full of incredible. Get posters and prints here: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/55918724

Finding home 5,000 miles away from home

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It came as a surprise to me that England was exactly as Iā€™d imagined it to be. The thatched-roof cottages, rambling roses and gigantic oak trees that Iā€™d seen in picture books as a child all stood life-sized in front of me. The drive from Heathrow to Oxfordshire was nothing spectacular if you looked straight ahead, but on either side … Read More

A neighbourhood teeming with life

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A writing exercise as part of a course in nature writing that I’m taking at the Institute of Continuing Education, Cambridge. One of the things I love most about muggy, overcast days is that the colours of the earth below seem richer in contrast to the grey skies. The grass looks greener, the daffodils brighter. As I lock the door … Read More