Hello all traveller friends. You may know me as I used to share my travel videos and photos on this beautiful blog. I am happy to say that I have been nominated as Travel Influencer in ‘Best Travel Photos Competition’ by a holiday package website. Glad to see that many of my friends have already voted for me and I am requesting you all to give your valuable votes for me.
How to vote:
1. Click to this link: https://www.holidify.com/collections/best-original-photos-influencers
2. Find me at No. 15 place with my name: Debarup Mukherjee
3. Press the VOTE button.
4. Then it will ask you to register to the website. Use Facebook or Gmail any one to register.
5. Then again come back and click to the above link: https://www.holidify.com/collections/best-original-photos-influencers
6. Go to No. 15 place and click the VOTE button and it will show VOTED.
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Thank you in advance for your VOTE. Hope you all support me to win this contest and I promise to give you more interesting travel photos and videos in future.
Lastly, thank you Moon di for allowing me to publish this post in her blog.
Debarup, the founder of Top Five Buzz, is a passionate photographer and a traveler. He loves mountains and wants to explore every curve of it. His dream is to travel around the world to enjoy the nature in every part of this mighty earth.
We say that a dog is a man’s best friend. However, in rural India, the picture is different. Here, the cow is considered to be a farmer’s friend. Many villagers earn their living by selling cow milk and dairy products in the market. Even cow dung is used as an organic fuel in the village homes.
It was a lovely morning in Shantiniketan, West Bengal. While I was wandering around, I saw this farmer going out for the fields with his quadruped friend.
Published in response to The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Friend.
I met this fellow at Dolphin’s Nose in Coonoor.
While I was walking down the trail toward the exit of the viewpoint, I saw them sitting cozily together in the jungle.
Suddenly, a visitor threw a banana to them. And this fellow was able to grab it.
The next moment, I saw him running away from his mates. Finally, he found a cozy corner where he could have his meal without any disturbance. 😀
I didn’t want to miss capturing the moments with my camera.Published in response to The Daily Pose Photo Challenge: Evanescent.
“We always project into the future or reflect in the past, but we are so little in the present.”
~ Marina Abramovic
Modern glass window reflecting the old palace windows in Meherangarh Fort in Jodhpur.
Published in response to The Daily Pose Photo Challenge: Reflecting.
A couple of weeks back, in mid of April, I was in Ooty, a hill station in the Nilgiri Mountains in southern India. On April 17, I went for a day trip to the neighboring town of Coonoor, known for its greenery and scenic beauty.
I enjoyed every bit of this road trip as we drove past beautiful bungalows, orchards, canopied roads and sprawling tea gardens along the slopes.
And it was during the Ooty trip, I realized the usefulness of smartphone cameras. They are very handy when it comes to clicking pictures from a moving bus or car. Thanks to my Lumia540. 🙂
I’ll be sharing my Ooty Diaries soon…
Published in response to The Daily Pose Photo Challenge: Wanderlust.
I found these Jungle Geraniums, thick and beautiful, blossomed on the office premises.
And these blue Snowball Bushes by the roadside in Sikkim.
And these Bromeliads at a flower exhibition in Gangtok.
Published in response to The Daily Pose Photo Challenge: Dense.
“Loneliness expresses the pain of being alone and solitude expresses the glory of being alone.”
~ Paul Tillich
I feel lonely when I am in the crowd. I enjoy being alone amidst the nature.
We were driving to Lachung from Gangtok. On our way, I saw this woman sitting alone under the trees. It looked like she was contemplating, fully absorbed in the nature and greenery all around. And this is exactly what “solitude” means to me.
Well, I know it could have been a much better, clearer picture, but I took this shot from a running car. Hence, not a very clean shot. Hope you don’t mind that! 🙂
Published in response to The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Solitude.