Believe it or not, that is a tea pot. I've never used it... but it comes all the way from China
Back to nostalgia it is. With all the moving hassles and other things, the camera remained in the bag. Rather, my head remained in the bag.
So here we go... advertising. I should make a series of these "auto ads" - they are on the back of the auto rickshaws here...
I found a basket of bangles. I never wore bangles actually... not even bracelets. Yet I had a basketful of them for the dance performances in school. Most of them were mainly folk-themed and Indian at that, so over the years I ended up with a pretty collection, which lay abandoned and dusty in some shelf till mom found them today.
Though I don't particularly like wearing bangles.... there is something about them that is so pretty.
Alright... I've been tied up with a million things and haven't exactly gotten around to taking photos. My camera has been languishing in darkness for the past few days.
So, these were all taken at one shot... another lapse this year....
And I tried to process stuff and all... but I got lazy again.
this is a shot i've been meaning to take forever. Alas, didn't come out the way I meant it to... mostly because I shot it through the gritty windshield of my car. And the little reflectors on the road weren't working.
When there's a power cut and the light shines on the road... there are these little reflectors down the road which look like lamps on Diwali.
Yep. We are back to the rains. Was driving home late, after bangalore took a gorgeous rain beating.... and yes, the streets were flooded and I was afraid my car would sink into some pothole somewhere.
But then, the streets were empty and the lights were reflected so beautifully...
Okay this isn't exactly what I had in mind but this one road in Bangalore has a strong smell of eucalyptus whenever I pass through... Maybe it gets a little overpowering if you hang around there too long but otherwise, it smells fresh and... like it just rained. Of course, I smell it mostly when it rains