Sunday, May 20, 2012

Paradise Found!

I live on the banks of the Powai Lake. Recently visited the boathouse which was earlier in the wilderness but now has a interesting approach road studded with beauties of nature. Slowly winding down the road to watch a great sunset through the oar-rings of the boat is a great end to the walk.

All photos have been clicked on my Canon EOS 1100D camera.

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         The offshoot from the main road circling the lake. Recently constructed.


                                         Some interesting berries in the jungle.


                                                  Mushroom sculptures in paradise.


                                                     Vignettes of a grand sunset.



Beauty and the hyacinth beast clogging the Powai lake.


Dragonfly doing research.


Rusty and trusty oar handles of the anchored boat.




Coming soon The sunset i clicked later from the same spot.

11 comments:

  1. Hi Pankaja This is really really a nice blog, are you taking all these photograph by your self ?....... are you a Professional photographer ....... Amazing Photozzz :)
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    1. Thank u so much :)... Yes all the photos have been taken by me and i m a self taught photographer.... i cant say i m a professional photographer as i m still learning :)....

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  2. Beautiful!!! Its been years since I have been there... it looks so much nicer now.. esp thru your lens!!

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  3. Stunning! You're getting better and better, Pankaja. I'm hoping to meet you again, soon.

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    1. Thank u..:) Yes will be meeting in a week:)...

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  4. its amazing !! the way to take pics is just breath taking....B.E.A.U.T.I.F.U.L. !! i still cant believe you are a self taught photographer!! Great work ! keep it up ;)
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  5. I loved all the pictures, esp. the dragon fly looks very clear. Mushroom sculpture also looks interesting!

    Great!

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