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Pattaya (9 of 27)

Pattaya – Sin City?

While Bangkok is the “Sin City’ of Asia, Pattaya, with it’s exuberant Walking street and Soi 6 come very close. In a lot of ways Pattaya is the more favoured destination due to the variety of entertainment and the closeness of beaches. Pattaya, probably the […]

Wayanad (13 of 13)

Wayanad -2 days of peace

So off to a start in 2011, the boys club drove down to Wayanad for exactly 2 days and 1 night and that’s including driving time. We stayed in a small place called Meenmutty heights which I will certainly recommend for their food and service. […]


Rajasthan – The Art, Architecture and it’s landscape

I recently did a 10 day hurricane tour of Rajasthan with my wife, a backpack and my Nikon. You can read the whole story here. I abandoned my 18-200mm lens for a 50mm f/1.8 pretty soon and decided to focus on portraitures of Rajasthan. Then […]

The Ajmer Dargah

The Desert State – Colours of Rajasthan

After a long wait our 10 day break started and me and the wife flew up to Udaipur via Mumbai. We were on a whirlwind tour of Rajasthan where we were trying to pack in as much of the Desert State as we could into […]

Hide and Seek

World Wide Photowalk 2010

This picture  of a priest outside his temple featured on this post is the defining photograph of this photowalk for me . While walking it seemed that he was carrying the weight of the world on his shoulders. I like the questions that the Priest, […]

So Many Bikes... where do I begin

8th International Jawa Yezdi Day, Bangalore, India

Ok… so I left home heading towards the Kanteerava Stadium at about 7:00 to see the promised 400 Jawa/ Yezdis congregate as a celebration of the 8th International Jawa Yezdi Day organized by the Bangalore wing of the Jawa Yezdi Motorcycle Club popularly known as […]

A Long way Travelled

A Brief Slice of Heaven

Laughter of many little children as they darted around us, the shy smiles as we walked about with our SLRs clicking away at anything that moved, some heads bent over books memorizing their contents in classrooms, others tending to daily chores and everyone waiting for […]


And so it begins!

It’s an interesting thing, this blogging, cos’ as far as saying what you want it can be as anonymous as you want and as public as you want without being hit over your head with a cabbage either for your lack of literary skills or […]