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Sometimes low light gives such spectacular effect, I couldn’t stop myself from sharing one of my nephew’s photography.
Chipmunks usually hibernate in winter, but as it’s not enough cold, this one was playing around. Weather in some coastal part is so different from the North and other parts of India, you can call it the opposite weather. December to February is pleasant and warm with minimums ranging between 15°C to 18°C, while maximums settle around 32°C.
This Chipmunk will warm the heart of friends suffering from cold weather.
There was heavy rainfall last week, but rains have reduced, still on and off they come with vengeance in heavy bouts. It’s cloudy with strong winds blowing. On Marine Drive is an occasion for the selfie lovers who in spite of the warning from the police department take selfies DANA DAN with pouts without inhibitions.
Long live Mumbaiyaas and their un-daunting spirit.
We are enjoying rain here which is scarce in Visakhapatnam. I’m also busy with my phone taking shot after shot.
Haiku- Slim, Chance
To shoot or not shoot
Chances were slim to manage
But did and enjoyed
Learning new things always gives pleasure and when the result is not bad, photography gives immense satisfaction.
Our first journey by road to Jabalpur fro Visakhapatnam was most satisfying. After my husband retired , he decided to take the trip by car. Everyone was discouraging us saying ‘ as this age you both are taking great risk, you have to pass through forests and hills, moreover some areas are infested with Naxalites (members of an armed revolutionary group advocating Maoist communism )’. My husband insisted as he loves driving and we went ahead with our plan. It was extremely enjoyable, safe and life time experience. Now we are addicted to it. I learned to take moving shots.
Olive Ridley turtles endangered by commercial activities along Visakhapatnam coast. These fences are set up on R.K. Beach, Visakhapatnam, to save endangered Ridley Turtles .
Visakhapatnam, Feb.10 (ANI): Nearly 100 carcasses of the endangered
Olive Ridley turtles were washed ashore under mysterious circumstances, baffling scientists and locals, at the coast of Appikonda beach in Andhra Pradesh state.