Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Some of my best clicks of the past month - Part 1

Taken in Black & White at the corridor of IIM Bangalore PGP block, this picture captures the timeless beauty of arguably the most green section of the beautiful campus.
This particular section is in front of the library which has a huge poster of the latest batch that graduated from IIM Bangalore right at its entrance.
A photographer's treat, this building provides an excellent opportunity to click pictures both during daytime and at night.
This picture on the right has been taken at the Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary which is about a 20-30 min drive from Mysore on the Bangalore Mysore Road. The sanctuary is beautiful with all different kinds of birds and even some crocodiles lurking around. The highlight is the boat ride which by all means is one where you wont stop clicking. I missed pics with the birds in flight but was lucky to get this one.


This picture of the Tanga is taken outside the City Palace, Mysore. Considering the bustling activity of the arguably the center of the city, this tanga provided for a stark contrast. Taken in B&W again, I wanted to capture the essence of the vehicle of classic times.






This one is taken at the Mysore City Market a stone's throw away from Ladies Circle (I am yet to fathom the reason for such a nomenclature). It was dusk and somehow the clouds came round for an amazing setup. The crow in the sky provided a perfect center of the storm kind of a feeling.





This picture is taken at the Brindavan Gardens, Mysore. Arguably one of the two most famous spots of Mysore, this garden has been witness to many movie shoots both in the Hindi movie industry - Bollywood and the Kannada movie industry. This exact spot is the lake behind the Dam when you cross the bridge to go towards the spot of the Dancing Fountains' show. The play of the lights over the water was simply irresistible. In fact, it was the scarcity of light that made the picture what it was.

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