Last time I went home, I was browsing through a treasure chest of old photo albums. Among them I noticed a few pictures of my dad and his friends when they visited Agra and the Taj Mahal; some 30 years ago. They all looked so special; capturing the excitement of each moment perfectly. My thoughts went to the thousands of photographs I had taken over the years with my camera.
Went for a trip to Nandi Hills early in the morning today. We wanted to see the sunrise there, and we were lucky enough to reach there on time for that. Contrary to my expectations, it was a real nice place indeed. So close to Bangalore, yet so far from the hustle and bustle. Too lazy to write a long blog post, so I leave you with some pics. Didn’
Microsoft Labs have come up with a new (actually not that new) application called as Photosynth. What it does is quite amazing. You take a series of random photos in a given location and this app tries to create a 3D view stitching all of them together. Kind of like the panorama option in your digital camera, but way cooler. You can just point and click in all directions with
The newest kitten-in-the-block. It’s called “Poocha-kutty”, which means kitten in Malayalam. How imaginative, eh? ;) Fun watching this little thing wander around, with no worries, no life-changing decisions to make, hehe. Lucky brat!
A photo I took yesterday, at Kovalam. The effect of the sea looked awesome. [ ![Akshay and The Arabian Sea © 2006 Anoop Sankar](http://static.flickr.com/28/116598236_a29c63fc40.jpg?v=0) ](http://www.flickr.com/photos/rustyshack/116598236/)