My friend runs to the school carpenter dragging a coconut palm branch, and emerges out after 5 Min’s with a new converted cricket bat. “See..” he proclaims, “I told you we will get one”. The beauty of gully/street cricket is that one can...
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Some say Riders on the storm is an autobiography of Jim Morrisons life. This was the last song he recorded before he died few months later.
Lester Bangs once said (and repeated in the movie “Almost Famous”) “Ah, Jim Morrison is a drunken buffoon, posing as a poet....
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One of the reasons why I love Saturday night market at Ingos is that people show their tattoo in the open, by tattoo I mean show what represents them, could be in what they wear, a...
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The Mae De Deus Church is spectacular at night lit up in orange and yellow light which bounce off its white walls to create a glow effect. Its almost as if the church was made of paper with bulbs inside which glow radiating the light out its thin...
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After the safari, which was exciting with domestic dogs, cows, crows, and few tiger paw marks (which i felt were freshly done for our sake), we managed to see an elephant which was...
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“Oh, the tiger will love you. There is no sincerer love than the love of food.”
George Bernard Shaw
The recent Airtel initiative of “Only 1411 Tigers left in India” is an eye catcher. That’s the population of people in my colony. Would our children get to see this magnificent animal or would it be hard for them to believe that the animal that Durga (Hindu God of power) rides...
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Twilight photography is fun, as the sky turns orange after sunset and the entire landscape turns into a dark silhouette. This one is at Mumbai. Its always good to set the camera at a specific f-stop and exposure, and then click...
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The conditions of a solitary bird are five:
- The first, that it flies to the highest point;
- The second, that it does not suffer for company, not even of its own kind;
- The third, that it aims its beak to the skies;
- The fourth, that it does not have a definite color;
- The fifth, that it sings very softly.
San Juan de la Cruz
Clicked this snap during the monsoons in 2009, loved the painting effect this snap gives with a solitary bird flying high.
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