We met this boy at Lansdowne, Uttranchal, India, a hill station, there were many pahari kids like him in that small hamlet. When he followed us he asked for chocolate, my friend bought one for him and I clicked him. The smartass also wished to see his picture. Just wish this 'hotson' becomes something in his life. Childhood is really precious.
This one was taken on 7th March 2010 from the balcony of my home. I love to experiment with various modes of my camera, and here is the result of the same. And since I was feeling bore by repeating same stuff again and again, I touched it a bit, isn't a little bit of effects spices up the things.
It is the Month of May and it is terribly hot in Delhi, India. And skies are still blue or grey (of pollution).
R for Road, on rather Highway in this Case. This one was taken thru a moving car on my way to Ajmer from Jaipur. It was rather a boring picture from one of the easiest point and shoots till I touched the picture using my MS Picture Manager. After a long time I am posting anything, and I don't Know till when this lethargy is going to continue.
O for Old Fort, New Delhi. This week's ABC Wednesday post 'O' is tough one as there aren't enough things with this particular letter. This picture was taken by me by my old Camera Kodak CX6200 on January 1, 2008, it is from my archives.
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The Invisible tracks, no they aren't. This is the Delhi Metro Line terminating at Jehangirpuri Industrial Area, New Delhi. In my previous posts I have shown you people the pollution in the area. Here I share some other funny pics. I liked this one.
Not really a sky or is it. Well, I clicked this one on my way back home from my office. It is a big park usually have football (soccer) matches or cricket matches or people just jog around in morning or in evening. Now, what really prompted me to click was this giant floodlight which got itself hidden in smoke emitting from burning of few dry leaves. It was a hard day and I sat down clicked few pictures for relaxation and it really soothed me off, although it was a pollution.
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Industrial Sky, Yes it is. This picture was taken at Jehangirpuri Industrial Area in New Delhi where I was off for some audit work. Since there was not much in the picture, I had to work upon it adjusting color, tints, midtones and contrast.
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G for Ganges, yes one of the holiest (and like many others dirtiest) rivers of the world. This is actually a tributary of that river which is know as Bhagirathi. It flows through the State of Uttrakhand beyond converging into the great river. This picture was taken in June 2007 when we (me and my friends) went to Rishikesh (a city in Uttrakhand) for Camping and White water rafting. One of the most enjoyable trips of the life. We were camping in the banks of this river and it was an awesome experience to actually feel the river. It was just like being back to the cradle of the mother.
Date of Picture: June 14, 2007
Place: 20 Kms above Rishikesh, Uttrakhand, India
Camera: Kodak CX6200
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