03 August 2012

Travelling this saturday

And it rained in bangalore

It has not been raining in bangalore a lot these days. Photo captured on a easy going afternoon, taken at the usually busy infantry road.

01 August 2012

Missing out

Bushes overseeing juno beach, Florida.Read my travelogue and more pics.
I made myself a promise to post an image, as a bare minimum everyday. For Monday, i missed out. Office schedules, priorities couldn't be moved, though i tried my best. Nevertheless, i kept a track and decided to  post an additional one, this morning for that. 
Lately, i have been getting better at managing my posts, writing regularly and posting frequently than ever before. In the past few weeks, I have written a post everyday, on an average and shared more than 50 images. I have also been working on getting the blog positioned at the right segment, reaching to right set of audience. I want to get to the photographers, people who love to shoot and share, enjoy art. I am also looking to connect up with folks who blog regularly,rather(even better) daily. I have been looking for feedback from most of the folks on the blog, as an appeal through my blog posts, and participation across blogging community, but have not had much luck yet. 
Though a good sign has been a decent amount of traffic inflow. More posts are being read, the reach has started to open. Again, i am very much open to hear from people, on what can be done to make the blog better. Do suggest if you know of some great daily blog. share your own blog, so that we can connect up.

Peeping into their future

Compiled some interesting shots from the rocky Chitradurga, and its beautiful windmilly landscapes. I learnt that Chitradurga is the largest windmill farm, in asia. which is evident once you get there. For its location, if you ever drive from Bangalore towards north, you are bound to cross through Chitradurga, and its windmills, and stony mountain peaks all around. For my travelogue to chitradurga, check out here.
A shot taken at the Chitradurga fort. I was moving through the fort, when onside, i noticed this couple sitting on a rock. The pink color of Dupatta, the way both of them were sitting, and the backdrop of windmills, made for an interesting composition to my eyes. The feel of the image, made me name it 'peeping into their future'.
Do share with me what you think about it? do you have a better caption for this?