“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.
These graceful minarets of Asafi Mosque silently dominates the skyline of the ‘City of Nawabs’, Lucknow for ages.
A postcard from Lucknow.
Published in response to The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Graceful.
Imagine, you are riding through rugged mountain roads. It’s almost noon and you are tired of a long, bumpy ride. As you take a U-turn, you see a waterfall and discover a small pool at the bottom. With warm sun above the head, taking a plunge in the cool water would be the best way to relax and rejuvenate yourself. Do you agree? 🙂
In North Sikkim, you will find plenty of such waterfalls with naturally formed pools. Although I didn’t get a chance to take the splash, the sight of local boys playing in the water was pretty relaxing, too.
Published in response to The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Relax.