Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Discarded Bolts

Discarded Bolts, originally uploaded by Piyush Sarode.

While trekking along railway tracks at "The Green Route" in the Sakleshpur, one could see lot of old broken material that was removed as part of maintenance and gauge conversion activity.


Peacock, originally uploaded by Piyush Sarode.

A lonely peacock wandering in the lost city of Rameshwaram. This fearless peacock even allowed us to come closer for taking picture.

While waiting on the way to Pangong Lake.

On the way to the famous Pangong Tso Lake, (also called Pangong Lake), one has to cross Chang La pass in the Himalayas at an altitude of 17,799 Feet's (5,425 Meters). The weather was not good and it was snowing continuously on the day we had planned to visit the lake. Entry to the pass was not allowed until snowing stops and sun starts shining again. Few visitors returned from the entry checkpoint of the ChangLa Pass while we decided to wait for some more time hoping for weather to clear. With nothing more to do, except wait, we were back to photographing surroundings and playing in snow. Looked as if, this bird was also waiting for snowing to stop and sun to shine and lift surrounding temperatures to more comfortable levels.


Tuesday, April 20, 2010


A close-up shot of red gerbera.

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Unexpected Rains.

This is a summer season in India. Mercury is rising day by day and it seems that we already have had record highest temperature in past 25 years at Bangalore; with met department predicting further increase.

Yesterday, by evening thunderclouds covered the sun, brought rains and heavy winds with them; and the city was lashed with downpour that halted the soaring temperatures.

Monday, April 12, 2010


Shot this one while traveling in Goa.


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Friday, April 9, 2010

Hearts in the sand.

I Came across this while trekking on the beaches of Gokarna, Karnataka, India. Don't what this actually is but its shape is just perfect.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Peacock Feather

Peacocks are beautiful creatures, and rightly they are national bird of India. I had seen them them mostly in pictures and zoos, but seeing it up close in a forest has its charm. One could just appreciate its beauty and catchy colours.


For more information on peacocks refer to

1) National Geographic Site:

2) Wikipedia Link:


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