Major Award

Major Award

Bharat at Unseen Rajasthan has given me this Major Award. He has his travel business and has a dedicated website for the business — www.unseenrajasthan.com. On his blog, he has some very rare and majestic places showcased!

The award is for anyone who likes to smile and/or laugh, ride, photograph, travel and enjoy life, and generally spreads goodwill along in this blogging world we all travel in. I had to make sure I pass the award in good hands [legs?!].

I'm happy that I have received no limitation on the number of blogs I can pass this on! I'm giving it to the below list of superb blogs in this world. Don't mind the sequence please :)

• chrome3d at Cloudbusting
• angela at A South of France Photoblog
• Suzanne Broughton at Alive in Wonderland
• Erdei Anca at Anca Photography
• Gramma Ann at Ann's Quotes and Things
• Elaine at Arctic View
• alice at Arradon Daily Photo
• Megha Chhatbar at Art on Sketchbook - by Megha Chhatbar
• Babzy at Babzy Photos Blog
• Tabib at Birds and Nature Photography - by Tabib
• Sandy at BIRDS, BEES, BUGS AND BLOSSOMS
• Cloudia at Comfort Spiral
• joo at Daily haiku
• dAwN at Dawns bloggy blog
• Sarah at Dayspring
• Deepak chhatbar at Deepak M Chhatbar
• Dusty Lens at Dusty Lens - North Metro and Beyond
• Kevin Smith at EarthShutter
• Olivier at Evry Daily Photo
• humanobserver at Exposemaximum
• Ginnie Hart at Ginnie - photoblog
• Lara at Harley Davidson, baby!
• holdingmoments at holdingmoments
• Ruth's Photo Blog at JAKE and RUTH'S PHOTO BLOG
• Janie at Janie & Steve's Utah Trails
• Peggy at Kayak Paddle Tales
• Kirigalpoththa at Kirigalpoththa
• Lantaw at Lantaw - Philippines Outdoor and Travel Photos
• Lara at Laras welt
• Marie-Noyale at Larchmont Daily Photo
• Vamsee Modugula at Let's go for a vacation - Saru and Vamsee's Travels
• Lily Hydrangea at Long Island Daily Photo
• marley at Macro World
• Celeste Maia at Maia's Into The Moonlight
• kostas at Mount Athos daily photo
• me ann my camera at nature tales and camera trails
• Laurie at Paparazzi Princess
• magiceye at Photings
• Miguel at Places to visit in Argentina
• Outoppie at Presentations
• David J. Ringer at Search and Serendipity
• Prospero at Serendipitous Garden
• Steve Lavington at SL - Photography
• SAPhotographs (Joan) at South African Photographs
• Rocky Mountain Retreat at The Rocky Mountain Retreat (Photos)
• JM at travelling
• Marguerite-Marie at Une pie tant pis ...et deux, tant mieux
• T and S at Walk the Wildernes
• Dana at www.decoloveblog.com


Slow and Beautiful — Snail

I'm slow, I'm sticky…
I'm yach, I'm eeks…
I'm awful…
But I'm beautiful.

See how beautiful I look when I pose like a fashion icon. My clothes are well crafted for photography with the green grass given by the misty, moist, cloudy monsoon. See my magic in the mysterious season…

Beautiful Snail on Grass
Another Snail on Grass
Snail on a Stem

TV Tower on Sinhagad - Going Inside Clouds

It was so majestic to see the giant man-made creation merging in the giant phenomenon of the almighty nature, when I was on Sinhagad on 27-June-2009. See the below photograph. It is a TV tower on the second highest peak of Maharashtra state of India — on Sinhagad. It's monsoon time, and the clouds make a soft blanket on this old fort.

Scroll down slowly to see how beautiful the merge looks :)

TV Tower on Sinhagad - Going Inside Clouds

Height of Cruelty

I'm so much saddened after looking at the below video. It feels so insulting not just for the trees but for nature too. What a clear meaning of "creation in years, destruction in seconds". The person operating the machine may not have imagined how long it has taken for the most-generous species on the planet to grow this big. However, he or the owner of the operations are not the only criminals of nature. We are more contributors to this destruction than them. The following line may help explaining what I want to say — "when buying stops, killing too will".

I hope the following video creates some pain in our hearts, so that we start acting for conserving the beautiful environment on this wonderful planet, rather than appreciating the capabilities of this machine.



Source: I received an email with this video

Run of House Hotel Rooms

I just found a new term called "Run of House" used in terms of hotel room reservations. It's quite interesting and worth! Whenever you get a hotel room reservation titled "Run of House" it probably is the best deal. Actually it is a deep discounted room. The rate of the room is far lower than the standard rates of the hotel. The only difference between a normal booking and a Run of House booking is that any particular room is not allocated at the time of booking, but the best available room is given at the time of check-in. You must be having a question — how is this the best deal? Here are the 2 important points giving answer to that…
• It's the cheapest rate, also called deep-discounted rate
• You get the best available room at the time of check-in. So if you are visiting at the time the hotel is less occupied, you may get a free upgrade to a suite or the best available room!

However there's a disadvantage too — if you end up being there at the time the hotel is highly occupied, you may get a bad-view room (say parking facing). But it's not important due to the following 2 points…
• You have got the best rate (10/10)
• Bad-view is just a probability (?/10)

I'm sure I will be searching for "Run of House" rooms/rates when making my next hotel reservation. The chances of getting better rooms at less price seem way more to me :)

Kanda Bhaji from Sinhgadh (AKA Sinhgad, Sinhagad, Sinhagadh)

This is a very tasty food that we had on our trip to Sinhgadh last Saturday. Sinhgadh is a very well-known fort in Maharashtra state of India, and the second highest peak in the state. Perhaps, I should publish a post on it. But coming to the topic, Kanda Bhaji is highly tempting and mouth-watering. About 50% available food on the fort is this only. It's a typical Indian food — very spicy and oily. It actually is long-cut-onion dumplings, deep-fried, and served with red-chilly-powder-paste coated tiny onion pieces.

Here is the photograph that I took that day…

Kanda Bhaji

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