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>Urban n…..

Posted: June 10, 2011 in Photography

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The so called fast moving, complicated, next generation life we living, irony with stills. The idea is to magnify the beauty or the occurrences, happening around us; nay creating them only but just taking a look around. 
While lifting this big block of floor, the crane actually got lifted

Smoke and still breathing

The way we pumping pollution around us

No matter how dark the road is there would be light somewhere

crowded; but are we losing the connection?

To the journeys ever taken, rememberence to those times 

It is ok to be a bit dizzy at times, a few things just happen to look better

crossroads, situations will come always, but going further would set a path choose the right track

Things can look a bit blurry in the start the vision would get it’s clarity 

Everything is not important we need to focus as well

At times we should have the look of things the other way round

The view can be different just need to know the view before denying it

Reflections are also a way of looking at the complete picture

It is looks just the same, take out time to see it, it is worth it 

Lose the usual roads, it might surprise you with something more

Colours bring in difference, try something new


The cover can also act as a trap, make sure you know what you are getting into in long term; before you move

Try being green, the mother nature loves it and so do we
Whatever it comes to you mind it is yours
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>Amsterdam trip

Posted: June 8, 2011 in Photography

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The city of canals, a city big enough to digest different cultures, a city small enough to retain its beauty, the city of canals Amsterdam, Netherlands. It is not just the city just for that; but it has much more. It has history, it has a beginning, it has a purpose. A city that can accepts you, but also engulfs you. Instead of putting in words I want to show you Amsterdam my way.

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>Perspective

Posted: May 3, 2011 in Photography

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Some subtle things in life we forget, a small abrogate
The Support, the family
On the journey to find something…
The bright road with only dark shadows
Wait for the time suitable for….
Being lost could be being confronted with beauty
Do I want to be one amongst the crowd?
All roads don’t reach to hieght
Mystic beauty, colours don’t fade the beauty
To be or not to be
Unknown roads to known destination
Too busy to bother
The course is set
There just right there precautions before the move
Life is could be one colour sunlight
The road may be coloured may be black & white watch it live it
The presence felt but looks non existing, the blessings
The look is only a perspective
Difference of opinions
Life is life and life is to live.
Don’t take life too seriously
It’s not like you are getting out alive.
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>Queens Day Party

Posted: May 2, 2011 in Photography

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Queen’s Day is a national holiday in the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Celebrated on 30 April (or on the 29th if the 30th is a Sunday), Koninginnedag is the official birthday of BeatrixQueen of the Netherlands. Queen Beatrix’s actual birthday is 31 January; 30 April was the birthday of her mother and predecessor, Juliana. The holiday remains as an April observance in honor of Juliana and in hopes of better weather than would occur in January.
The holiday was first observed on 31 August 1885 as Prinsessedag or Princess’s Day, and was held on the fifth birthday of PrincessWilhelmina, the heiress to the Dutch throne. With the princess’s 1890 accession, the holiday acquired its present name,Koninginnedag. When held on 31 August, the holiday was the final day of school summer vacation, and rapidly became popular among children.
With the accession of Queen Juliana in 1948, the holiday was moved to her birthday. When her daughter, Beatrix, took the throne in 1980, she retained the celebration on 30 April, but altered her mother’s custom of holding a parade near a royal palace, instead choosing to visit different Dutch towns each year and join in the festivities. In 2009, seven people were killed when a car was driven into a crowd surrounding the royal family’s vehicle; the driver also later died. Koninginnedag is known for the nationwide vrijmarket (free market or flea market), when many Dutch sell secondhand items, and as an opportunity for “orange madness” or oranjegekte, when the normally-staid Dutch let down their hair, often temporarily dyed orange for the occasion.
The above is all the wiki stuff the actual party the way it goes well I guess you can understand from the photos below.
I celebrated the Queen’s Day at Arnhem surely it is not the biggest party in Netherlands, but it was an awesome party for sure. 
There are markets setup to sell off not required stuff, the amazing part is even while standing in a really really crowded market compared to any other day I  have been here; you would not feel it like fish market, people are bargaining people are talking, people are drinking (the party starts since morning) but nothing chaotic well managed and not loud. There are different stages, tents setup in the centrum (alright, the basic clubs, parties everything is in the centrum supposedly the centre part of the city for all the happening things going around, majorly for all cities in Netherlands), rest I guess you should check out the photos first!
It is a wonderful time to be in Netherlands and if the weather is good as it was for this year, I can assure you; you are going to love it.

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>The summer the sun

Posted: April 9, 2011 in Photography

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Picture says more than thousand words
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