This week’s theme is really a challenge! By now, you all must be knowing that I do a lot of flower photography.
Red flower – Easy to find one!
Green and Blue flower??? I managed to find a blue flower from my humongous collection of photographs. But green… ???
May be not a flower, but something related to a garden. What is it? Scroll down to see it 😀
Don’t tell me that RGB stands for …
and Black-eyed Susan (also known as Rudbeckia)
Post submitted for Tuesday Photo challenge :
“Every painting is a voyage into a sacred harbor.” – Giotto di Bondone
with elegant yet delicate wings,
Alas! I wish they could fly.
Post submitted for
Mundane Monday Challenge.
“Life is painting a picture, not doing a sum.” – Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge : Autumn – Metal
In the olden days, when electricity was almost non-existent, most of the cooking and heating was done using firewood.
This vessel is known as Bhaan and is used to heat water. (for bathing)
There were two of these in my gran’s place. It takes one hell of a time to heat water but once the water gets heated up, it stays hot for a long time.
Back in those days, steamers were used instead of pressure cookers. This is one such steamer, used exclusively for steaming different varieties of idlis. It is called a pedavan.
We have a pedavan at home but it’s made of steel. The idlis turn out soft and fluffy when steamed in a pedavan. 😀
NOTE: Bhaan and pedavan are Konkani terms. I do not know the English translation nor I think there is any equivalent English word for it as these vessels are used only in the Konkan Coast.
Thomas the Tank Engine 😀
Railway Museum, Mysore
What can be more mysterious than this photo?
These flowers are called Torenium. What is mysterious about this photo? I haven’t done any editing. And the actual flowers look a lot different than the ones in the above photo. How did this happen is a mystery! May be my camera shook… May be there was ghost passing by when I clicked this photo… You never know!
This is how Toreniums actually look like :
Orchids are rare and exotic variety of flowers. But there is something about orchids that make them mysterious.
Post submitted for Dutch goes the Photo’s Tuesday Photo Challenge :
My dame has lost her shoe;
My master has lost his fiddle stick,
and knows not what to do.
I do not know if this guy’s dame lost her shoe but I was more scared of him than he of me! There were a lot of hens around, going cluck cluck cluck and here was this guy, showing off!
After clicking this photo, he gave me a “Leave my hens alone, they are all mine!” look. 😀
Photo submitted for
Mundane Monday Challenge.