• The shadow always contains a story of any real physical life in the world. It does not have any physical structure but having any medium it indeed exists is the reality. In this story, the similar kind of thing happens like way. Kumortuli (also spelled Kumartuli, or the archaic spelling Coomartolly) is a traditional potters’ quarter in northern Kolkata (previously known as Calcutta), the capital of the eastern Indian state of West Bengal. The city is famous as a sculpting hot-spot which not only manufactures clay idols for various festivals but also regularly exports them. One beautiful morning I have visited the place with my gear canon 600D with my little phone Redmi Note 4. But luckily saw some light and shadow effect on the sculpture which is made actually for the upcoming grand festival of Durga Puja. The different posture of clay structure and the light and shadow effect makes some moment so candid it mesmerizes very beautifully. It also happened in the street side, on that early morning, the sunlight makes some candid moments with the daily to and fro movement of street side. So the story is contained of this kind of some candid light and shadow moments which depicts some original tale itself. It is full of DSLR cam picture and full of phone take pictures.