|2nd April 2008, 15:32||#2926|
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Good Pic KP. Even i had the same doubt, these trains are steel traps, completely closed at all times?
By the way, looks like you leaned out and took the pic with your left hand?
|3rd April 2008, 00:24||#2929|
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I really like the middle shot Mr. Bangalore. (though the pics are quite noisy for day shots)
Where were these taken?
|3rd April 2008, 08:33||#2932|
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@jkdas: Nice capture. I still haven't got a good butterfly picture. :(
...they just flutter by.
Last edited by Torqy : 3rd April 2008 at 08:34.
|3rd April 2008, 12:01||#2934|
Great Indian Painted Stork!
praJEEP was asking me why I was not posting here,
some how I missed to follow this thread, will post here from now on, as and when i get time.
Here is A shot of a Painted Stork taking off!
My Flickr Stream
|3rd April 2008, 12:11||#2935|
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|3rd April 2008, 12:11||#2936|
That is a nice place, any history behind it?
Nice shot and nice weather/ too!
:PS: looking forward to meet u on 6th, @ Chennai meet!
|4th April 2008, 12:23||#2939|
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This temple was suppose to be Mysore Maharaja's Weapons / ammunition depot (hiding place) when he was fighting with British.
|6th April 2008, 17:10||#2940|
mayavi- nice one! always wanted to to do a shot like that, i do keep trying, but am always disappointed by my results. Yours...I'm very jealous of.
here's one I took in idukki after the rains.
I've titled it-
Three's company too!