More than a month later I picked up the camera again, today. This hiatus was partly because I was busy learning Spanish and partly because I was feeling lazy to do just a little more to go shutter-crazy. Thankfully, that period is behind me and I am ready again to make most of day.
I tempted my friends (and colleagues) Sudeshna and Kanupriya to accompany me to the Ugrasen ki Baoli in Connaught Place during our lunch break. If I say so myself, we had a great time!
|Light and shade|
Grafitti, motorcycle, and water bottles make for a modern art installation.
|Lady in red!|
|Four friends discussing history|
|The Blue stars continue to study hard, the White one looks at me. Suspiciously? Maybe!|
|I have never been able to resist (clicking) a man in white and blue ;-)|
And then we turned the cameras to ourselves.
|Kanupriya and Sudeshna all smiles|
Kanupriya insists that she wants her chance behind the camera.
|Sudeshna and I pose while people around us laugh their hearts out.|
|Kanupriya and I, colour coordinated|
|Kanupriya trying (laughing) hard to pull the tiger's tongue out|
On the way back to our office.
|Gods keeping an eye on a bus stop|
|Which is the narrowest of them all?|
A little play with the camera settings and I managed to experience (or at least my camera did) night while the sun shone brightly outside.
You can see my earlier posts on Ugrasen ki Baoli (also called Agrasen ki Baoli) here.
Hope I did good in my comeback post. Let's hope the good weather in Delhi continues, the festive spirit keeps me happy, and good friends accompany me to other nooks and crannies of the city so that I bring you more posts.
Till the next time,