Just by taking a walk, we notice that most of things have textures. Leaves have patterns, rocks have bumps. Sharing here are few of the textures that I found in nature. Betelnut plant leaf Papaya plant leaf Coleus plant leaf Texture on Banana leaf Textures on Plant leaves The texture makes the object interesting and … Continue reading LAPC #226 – Textures
Exploring some places is fun. This weekend I visited my aunt after a long time and took a random walk around the area. For people like me who stay in the concrete jungle of apartments, this greenery is a good change. All I could see was trees and green grass with lot of birds chirping. … Continue reading Keep walking!!
Trees with aerial roots have always fasinated me.Most of the posts for Thursday Tree Love are of Banyan tree, This one too is one such post. Banyan Tree, Pune University Campus Few months back, I visited Pune University and the area is full of such huge banyan trees. I like the way the branches are … Continue reading Thursday Treee Love -137
This week for Lens-Artists challenge, Ann-Christine has set the topic as favourite flowers. I like to photograph flowers, mostly from my mobile camera. Here are few from my archives and some of them are new ones. All these are the flowers from my home garden. Roses are the most commonly photographed flower and obviously will … Continue reading Favourite Flowers
Yellow elder is a showy plant with golden blossoms in contrast to the green foilage. Clicked this on my routine walk around a nature trail. Yellow elder Joining Cee's FOTD and Judy's Floral Alphabet Challenge.
A place for nature lovers, Mulshi Lake is one of the best options for a quick trip, into the serenity of nature and its calm surroundings, away from the hustle bustle of cities. Located at a distance of about 35 km from Pune(Maharashtra, India), Mulshi is a perfect place to visit, especially during the monsoon … Continue reading Mulshi Lake
“You raze the old to raise the new.” Justina Chen Crossandra flower seed pod Life is a cycle of something old and something new, just like this image of a seed pod. One can see the gradual transformation of new to old. Joining Lens-Artists Challenge - Opposites
Many beautiful places surround Pune, starting from forts, museums, waterfalls, and places of religious importance. One such scenic place is Ramdara Temple which is located at Loni kalbor village in outskirts of Pune city. It is devoted to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. The temple is more famous for Ram, Sita and Lakshman and hence … Continue reading Scenic and Serene – Ramdara Temple
This week's theme for Sunday stills is Maxed Out Garden #Macros and #Close-Ups and here are my contributions. Everyone can agree there can be beauty in everything, if you just look. Depending on the perspective, everyone can see beauty in different things. Last week, on a small road trip, saw this field of Pearl Millet … Continue reading Beauty Everywhere
A lot has changed in the city of Pune over the years, but Kasba Peth is one such area where historical landmarks are retained with urbanization. Kasba Peth This tree is in the middle of the crossroads connecting Lal Mahal and Kasba Ganpati temple. Kasba Ganpati is the 'Gram Daivat' or village deity of Pune … Continue reading Thursday Tree Love – 134