This pic is again one from the archives. I took this pic in 2007 with a manual roll camera. I don’t remember where I took this pic but I remember hubby climbing a fence and smiling his way up. This was too good a shot to resist. I love this composition and it is an absolute delight to watch even today. I haven’t done any editing to it except for monochroming it. It is absolutely perfect!!!
I took this picture a long long time ago with my canon point and shoot roll camera. It been so long that I dont really remember where I took it….. Just someplace on the shores of the western coast line of India. I couldnt resist scanning this beautiful pic. When I developed this picture I had it developed with a pink tinge as at that time I was working on my scrap book with the name “through rosy tinted glasses” 😀 sounds hilarious and then years later when it came down to it I named my blog pink cloud. This picture got me back to my scrap book that I had started years ago.
― Albert Camus
This is the picture of my niece Titir. This is the first time I met her and she was already so big. My trips to Kolkata are so rare that probably the next time I meet her she would be a big girl. But I am glad that I met with her to treasure atleast one picture of her and lots of moments to cherish and remember.
I took this pic at the Neemrana Towers, Fort Kochi. This is a heritage NON-hotel. A beautiful place to stay when you are at Fort Kochi. It is built around a 17th century light house. Not many hotels in Kochi would offer a chance to discover the old world charm where, sailors, travellers, traders, planters feasted and danced under chandeliers, suspended from high wooden ceilings. It is like stepping into another old world with antique furniture and antique settings but with the best air conditioning and plumbing 😀
It is a mix of the old and the new. These are the wooden stairs that lead to the reception. The cost makes it at par with budget hotels so it is affordable to one and all. More Pics Coming up