Monday, April 23, 2007

Choiceless Awareness

Mud Utensils

This is at a hamlet, the 2 mud utensils contain rice and curry in each...

A fruit shop

my friend, pranava raj

The Tiniest flowers

A woman on a Poster

The Chamelion!

Find out d chamelion hiding

Thinking Man

Dancing water

Under a neem tree

this scene is when i sat under a neem tree


Girl surprised

A handful of the Earth!

The Beatle

God's Debris!

A gang of Four - no more

(from top) Alfa, Gamma, Ramu, Beta (four died on d same day due to poisoning) 2nd December 2006

A dew drop

A collage of glass pieces

Blessings from the Sun

This is 'Alfa' (who is no more).


A modern chandelier!

Sunday, April 22, 2007

Web of Life!

The Coloured Sky

An awesome evening sky...fully coloured!

Surprise in store...

Photogenic Beauty!

A lonely strand...

Amazing natural beauty

Water drops...

Couldn't imagine this small camera would be able to capture a falling drops... self satisfaction at its best... ha ha ha

The Rainbow!

Somehow captured a Rainbow at last...


Laxmi Narasaiah!

This guy is called Laxmi Narasaiah looks after the cattle at Naimisam, Jiddu Krishnamurti Centre, Hyderabad.

Green Leafy Vegetable Farm


If U begin to Understand....

"If you begin to understand what you are without trying to change it, then what you are undergoes a transformation"

A running train

Friends wedding!

I liked the flower arrangement a lot at this wedding. A whole 70 feet stage was covered with only flowers and people were standing in between them... too beautiful sight, would like to get married this way.

Water lilly!

This is a water lilly, comes in different colours in a single pond

Stinging Bee

This bee is a cousin of honey bee and if it stings once, u won't recover for 2 days. I had a wonderful experienc with this guy

Inside a Bus


A flying ant

i don't know the name of this creature but looks like an ant with wings to fly

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