Thursday, October 23, 2008

This shot is the perfect blend of both the traditional and modern Dubai. This is the front view of "Dubai Museum" (Al-Fahadi - an old fort converted into museum) located in Bur Dubai. The building in the background throws light on the modern day Dubai. The location is so unique because it’s surrounded by the modern culture. You would know it if you visit it.

An eagle eye view of the beautiful roads of Sharjah city. Once I woke up after 3 and half hours of early morning flight to Sharjah I was looking at this beautiful view from the plane TADA here it is now on my blog because of my digi cam. Ain’t it looks like a satellite pic from Google :-)

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Another classic shot to the list that i took on the same day. Whenever I look at this shot it keeps saying that I still have a long way to go.

The cute lil dew on the lush green stem ain’t it looks so pleasant. I shot this after the rain stopped.

This was shot on the same rainy sunday.....I like the way this was shot.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

I’m out of words for this picture. The moment I saw the output I was dumbstruck. I couldn’t believe myself that it was me who captured it so well. Felt like I was on top of the world.

I saw this painting in her blog. I liked it the very moment I saw it. I should say that I was attracted towards it. It was over today’s chat that I came to know that this painting was created by my stupid buddy ( Sangeetha). Until then I presumed that it was yet another downloaded picture that she posted to her blog. It has more details to it you will see it if you watch it closely.
Chennai was looking lush finally after it rained continuously for the whole day. I enjoyed the perfect weather.

Monday, October 13, 2008

This was shot at around 1.30am. I was returning home after long day of work and was dumbstruck by the scene that made me take this picture at that odd hour. The neon street lights gave the street an awesome look that you can see. The photography is not perfect – im still a learner, there’s a long way to go to reach perfection.
An old pair of jeans!!!!!!! Yet another favorite of many....A lousy Sunday at home in an old pair of jeans and favorite T-Shirt on a cozy couch watching a favorite movie on DVD is another thing that no MasterCard can buy.

Friday, October 10, 2008

I shot this with my new Canon xsi a DSLR camera. I’m trying to learn the abc's of it. It is one gadget equipped to do wonders in still photograaphy. I'm wondering!!! From when is that I started developing interest towards still photography. Worth giving it a try is what I would say about "Still Photography". It brings out a new self out of you. Its WONDERFUL !!!!!!!!

Anyone might wonder...How good an artist im....For those who think so...I would ask'em to hold onto their imagination..The creator of this lovely painting is Ganthi, wonderful person as that of the painting and a very good friend of mine.

NY skyline....Standing high inspite of all the financial crisis....One classic shot from the ferry taken by my buddy. NY is one city that I'd love to visit. I wish to be there one day on the busy streets all by my own enjoying its beauty. Broadway shows is another one that im longing to watch.
For those who are wondering where this place. Its LEVEL4 a roof top restaurant in Citi Center. Radhakrishnan Rd, Chennai. It an awesome place to be. Food is good. It would be perfect if you visit it after dawn. This place makes you feel that you are out of Chennai when are here.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

My Mom's Recepie

Beetroot Chutney -- My Mom's Recepie ( My Favourite)


Beetroot - 1 Medium Size (Cut into small pieces and fry in Oil Seprately till the smell goes off)

To Fry

Shallots (Small Onion) - 5 - 6 pieces

Dhaniya seeds - 1/2 tsp

Cumin Seeds - 1/4 tsp

White Ullundu Parupu (Urad Dhal) - 1/2 tsp

R.Chilli - Ur choice

Curry Leaves - Ur choice (5-6 recommended)

Garlic - 2 pieces

Tamarind - 1 piece to give the taste

Coconut - 1/4 piece

Salt to taste


Add Shallots (Cut into Halves) , Dhaniya seeds,Cumin Seeds, White Ullundu Parupu, R.Chilli, Curry Leaves and Garlic onto a Tawa sprinkle 2 tsps or desired amount of oil saute all the ingredients well allow to cool. Then add the sauted items along with fried beetroot, tamarind, Coconut and salt to the blender and grind to a paste with little water. Tastes good with Rice, Chapathi, Naan, Dosa.

You can post your comments and reviews once after the trial.


Shoppy !!!!!!!!