Te Mata Peak, Hastings at noon The wondrous Te Mata Peak. This was the result of the best photo I took. My only regret was not visiting the peak at sunrise/sunset. Look at the time lapse of the drive up & down.
I took this photo last December in Wellington. I edited it in RawTherapee and I really loved how it came out. Wellington Cable Car
One thing I missed severely during Covid-19 Lockdown was petting cats and dogs. Now, I get to pet them again. Puppy sniffing my fingers as it ran around me I took this photo as he was running left and right in glee and I am amazed this came out this good.
Macro photo of a flower
I walk to work everyday. This is something I took on Monday as I was intrigued as well as amused by it. Orange Soft toy sitting on a fence
I completely overlooked the fact that my blog is 4 years old. I should have made a big deal of it considering how quickly my passions oscillate. I am astonished that I haven't let my blog die. For the past 4 years, I kept writing without any theme in mind. I wrote about my life, … Continue reading What is my blog about now?
Last Saturday, I woke up at 6am to try photograph the sunrise from Point Chevalier in Auckland. The sunrise was spectacular but this photo became my favorite. Hundreds, if not thousands of dewdrops.
I had to point my camera at something or someone that puts a smile on our face. Well, Zoey does that. She usually finds me when I am coming, she runs towards me: her feet clapping on the sidewalk and stops a meter away so that I have to get close to her to pet … Continue reading Photo Challenge: Smile
This isn't exactly sunrise, I think the time was 10am. But I think this fits Rise. Also, I took this with my friends' DSLR when we were walking Tongariro Alpine Crossing.
This is not my favorite, but it certainly is this black Labrador's favorite place: standing on top of the garage. I have seen him/her so many evenings while coming home but the Lab's too far away to catch the name or pet.
This photo was from a walk I did in Duder Regional Park. I would rather be near the sea, and on a perfect day like this, the shore looks amazing.
I was at Raglan last year when we visited Bridal Falls. I took photographs from various angles. Enjoy! PS: If anyone has any suggestions on adding watermarks or copyright to lots of images, let me know!
I was out on a hike at Duder Regional Park, East Auckland. The place was great for oceanic/peninsular pictures. Here is one of them. I walked with 60 people who were behind me. This peninsula is one of the Pā (a fortified site) in the region. As we sat for lunch, most people sat … Continue reading Photo Challenge: Silence, Duder Regional Park
I took this photo a long time ago as I was walking to work with my Huawei Y5 phone camera. Spring time meant a lot of flowers and this one was great, a perfect flower growth. Check out Daily Post for the prompt.
If we are having coffee, I will talk all about my week. It was full, filled with different people of different background and different perspectives. It also was the week when I graduated with a Masters of Engineering. The past weekend has been one of the best weekends so far. It was filled with great … Continue reading Weekend Coffee Share: Graduation Week
In the recent months, cycling in Auckland has become one of my favorite activities. At the same time, I have come to loath this activity too. I love cycling down-slope, even though my nerves fire up whenever I ride in such high speed, I am glad I bought a cycle. When I cycle up-slope, if … Continue reading Cycling: A Paradox
I'm a novice in trekking and hiking. I have been trekking in Pune area and they have always been amazing. I am better than most of my friends and I can say this because of the 7 to 8 treks I have done, I never slipped. My breath gets labored but that's okay.