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Showing posts with label Iphone Photography. Show all posts

30 September 2016


Somewhere behind the athlete you’ve become and the hours of practice and the coaches who have pushed you is a little girl who fell in love with the game and never looked back… play for her.” – Mia Hamm

I'm glad my niece Tusya Meghan is working hard on her Dreams and everyone around supporting her in achieving this dream. Keep moving Tusya!

Support kids who are interested in extra curricular activities and in achieving their dreams. I'm sure they'll make you proud.
 The more you practice the better you'll be, the harder you train the great in you they'll see.” ― Alcurtis Turner

23 September 2016


Lotus, as in is divine when they bloom. The Ganesha idol decorated with Lotus for Ganesha Chathurthi along with Ganesha's favourite grass Dhruva or Durva at home.
Oh, these petals and the colours of the lotus petal made me stop by the man who was plucking the petals before closing for the day. They are so beautiful, I started clicking pictures of these petals. Pictures clicked at KR Market, Bengaluru.

Sahasrara means thousand, infinite! In this context thousand-petaled.

20 September 2016

Flowers from Ladakh

Beautiful blooms on the Himalayan range. These flowers get six months of sunshine, they bloom in vibrant colours when they are not covered with snow in the summers. The roses so alluring and huge, the wildflowers too are so gorgeous, flamboyant sunflowers! The land of passes has bewitching beauty, like the people there everything is so divine.

13 June 2016



Mangalorean Jasmine with a pleasant fragrance which does not give headache unlike other jasmine variety and knotted using the thread pulled from the banana steam. And these Abboli aka Firecracker flowers are so vibrant with their enchanting colours. Just could not admire watching these flowers, they make my day.
Different shades of Abboli-Mallige


1 June 2016

Necessity is the mother of invention...

Idea Credit: Prashant Bhandare

They say necessity is the mother of invention, it's when we need something badly and it's not available at the moment our creativity works best in arranging the required thing. 

Like Vasco Da Gama discovered sea route to continue trade links when land routes were closed, here's our tripod while we didn't have the tripod handy to capture the sunrise at Fort Kochi.