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Thursday, June 28, 2007

Many more miles to go...

This photo was taken by my friend Jobin when I was visiting Jobin & Susha last weekend at the Long Island NY. Me & Jobin went for a walk down the park and there was this huge pond where you find lots of geese. I sat near the pond and was lost in thoughts and he dint miss the opportunity :) Though this photo was initially intended to make fun of me, it has come out as an amazing piece of art. Isn't it? There is so much of meaning in this photograph. We work hard, grow old, wear off only to find that there is much more and many more to go... Thatz simple paradox of life

Sunday, June 17, 2007

Rain drops; Nostalgia

Taken on June 17th, 2007. While driving back from New York to Morristown, NJ

Roosting at 1250 feet

During my second weekend in New Jersey, me, Gautham, Ben & his wife went exploring New York city. As any new arrivals in the city, the first target was the empire state building. The Empire state building was the tallest building in the world from 1931 to 1972 with 102 floors reaching upto1250 feet and the spire extending the height to 1472 feet. While we were looking at the New York city from the topmost terrace floor, these doves caught my attention. It has been known well that (like Mumbai) there are lot of doves in New York, attributed to the Victorian style of the buildings (Though Americans hate that comparison). This pair caught my attention; roosting at this height. Sounds like a perfect love story? Yes; and I clicked through...

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