Panorama of Bench at lalbagh
Have you ever walked in the Lalbagh park, Bangalore, during evenings? You should, it’s just very romantic.

It was late September, a couple of years ago – had taken the missus to show the Lalbagh park. She having spent most of her years in Bangalore had surprisingly never visited the same. After a (content) late lunch at MTR tiffins, we entered the park quite late. The missus was in a talkative mood – there were many stories she had to fill me up on, stories of her life before our marriage. We had been married for a month at that time.

There was a light drizzle. We were seated on a similar bench as the one shown above, that is when I took the above snap of the nearby benches of Lalbagh!

Anoop Hullenahalli

An Electronics Engineer working on wireless embedded systems for a living. Traveling, photographing and sharing my experiences here at ANUBIMB helps me unwind and break the monotony of life.


sangeeta · 23 May ’13 at 11:34 am

Beautiful image…loved the backdrop of the pic too, very romantic.

Abhra · 21 Aug ’13 at 1:39 pm

Beautiful shot, but somehow the white balance is not correct, I think.

    Anoop Hullenahalli · 21 Aug ’13 at 2:25 pm

    The White Balance is quite OK (it was a very cloudy rainy evening and the light was indeed bluish). The problem with the image is the lack of depth in focus, which was expected given the low light. Also, stitching the images was an after-thought rather than it being planned, so maybe it shows. Thanks for your feedback.

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