Delhi vacillates wildly between love and hate for the monsoon. Every time it rains, the Capital revels in the relief from the scorching heat but also gripes about the clogged roads and traffic snarl-ups.

Tuesday was another such day. One rain-drenched hour in the afternoon crippled traffic and sent office-goers into a tizzy. Through the photo-editing app Prisma, though, even these elements of disorder assumed hues of serenity.

The brainchild of a team of Russian developers, Prisma applies the styles of masters such as Vincent Van Gogh and Pablo Picasso to digital images. It has been creating waves abroad and in India since its launch in June.

Here are a few Prisma images from the gusty, wet day.