Probing for next hike. I was probing for my next weekend destination. Best way is to browse the travel blogs of various individuals. When you search the Google, you get to see portals of many commercial travel agencies, which are are less use and uninteresting. So I look beyond these top rated web sites. After … Continue reading River that took a magnificent U turn. Boppard Germany.
Heidelberg is a town on the Neckar River in southwestern Germany. It’s known for venerable Heidelberg University, founded in the 14th century. Gothic sanctuary church towers over the cafe-lined Market Square, a town square in the Old Town (Altstadt). The red-sandstone ruins of Heidelberg Castle, a noted example of renaissance architecture, stand on Königstuhl hill. On the base … Continue reading Neckar River from sky – Heidelberg.
Visiting a place with primary intention of photography is tricky. That too if one wants to cover whole of lot of photographic genre at one go. Macro, nature landscape, architecture, street photography etc. If one is seriously interested in getting quality images, it would be a waste of effort to cover all types of images. … Continue reading Wiesbaden in a day
I have travelled moderately wide & far. Japan was one of it. I have never experienced more helpful and courteous people than Japanese in my life so far. Four incidents I would like to share. I was there for about two weeks. During first week I was with group of six. During second week I … Continue reading Courtesy – Japanese way.
Mayapur is a small town located on the bank of river Ganga, at the confluence of River Jalangi with River Ganga in West Bengal, India. It is about 130 km north of Kolkatta, at least 4 hrs drive from Kolkata airport. The main attraction of the town is Mayapur Dham, the world headquarters of ISKCON. … Continue reading Mayapurdham
Chandni Chowk – the chaos and miracle juxtaposed. I have no idea how things work in Chandni Chowk. It is a place in Delhi, where you can get almost anything, everything. Be it fashion jewellery, dress materials, camera stuff, mobile, music equipment, shoes, goggles, spices, dry fruits, street food, sweets,……………………………………………….. endless. There are shops in … Continue reading MIRACULOUS CHANDNI CHOWK, AND SPICE MARKET, DELHI
This is continuation from my previous post of Somanathapura. I finished my photoshoot at Somanathapura by 0945 and headed towards Talakaadu. In the region the bus service is not so frequent. Shared autos ply quite regular and less expensive. I took a shared auto from Somanathapura to Mudukutore. Again another shared auto to reach Talakadu. … Continue reading Talakaadu Temples