Click on the panorama above to view a larger image. These photos were taken using my Nexus 5 phone camera; accidentally discovered them after all these days when going through the automatic photo backup by Google. Love Android. Love Google!
At 213 feet, the flag pole erected at the National Military Memorial on T Chowdaiah Road in Bangalore is arguably the tallest in India. The Indian national tricolor flag — measuring 48 feet wide, 72 feet tall and weighing 31 kg — is reckoned to be the largest hoisted in India.
View of the barren plains of Dead sea from Masada national park in Israel. This is one of the driest and most desolate part of Israel and is very close to the Jordanian border, in fact in this photo you can even see Jordan just below the horizon.
Panoramic view of the Temple mount in the old city of Jerusalem.
What to Expect Serene calmness – the kind which you can only get at a waterfront. Good food – though its a set menu the cook was open to requests for the next days menu. Exclusivity – there are only seven Tents and two Machans. We stayed in a Machan Lots of spare time Friendly staff […]
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 […]
Photo taken during the bus ride from Manali to Kaza in Himachal Pradesh, India. Search the directions for Manali to Kaza on Google Maps, Google shows the distance as 203 kms and also suggests the travel time as 4 hours 10 minutes – our bus ride took more than 12 hours (5 am to 5:30 […]
In this Panorama Marina Bay Sands (huge three column building balancing a boat) is shown in the background of the Supertrees. We can also view the elevated walkway running between two of the larger Supertrees.
Panorama view of the Himalayas during the descent from Bhabha pass on the second day of our Spiti-Kinnaur trek in Himachal Pradesh.
Panorama view of the Vittalaraya temple of Hampi with Anjaneya hill forming the background.