Today’s photowalk saw us heading to Indrachowk / Ason which is one of the busiest market places in Kathmandu.
Here you will see people, temples, stray dogs, little kids running around, etc. with a few motorcycles honking at you.
A place with no rules (as is most of Kathmandu), you can park anywhere you like as long someone does not have an issue with you – one guy swerved right in front of me to park his bike and almost hit my lens. You can set up your shop wherever you like and you can spit wherever you like and fortunately you can photograph wherever you like Continue reading
I will be going to watch Thor: The Dark World tomorrow so I wanted to do a quick photo shoot of my Marvel Select Thor
Here’s how it turned out:
After months of time wasting and wondering and pondering and a few weeks of dilly-dallying and finally a week of reviewing the best hosting services, I finally upgraded to a self-hosted site!!
What does that mean?
No more ads!! (yay!!)
I have to pay for hosting!! (aww!!)
I can put whatever plugins I want and make it easier to browse my photos!! (yay!!)
I have to maintain the site myself!! (awww!!)
I can finally use my domain name and a shorter URL!! (yay!!)
I have to pay to redirect all my existing blog posts from my wordpress blog (awwwwwww!!)
Posts coming soon…
How and why I picked my (current) hosting provider
How to sit on a motorbike (with illustrations!!)
Hike to Hattiban and Champadevi
Some other stuff which I had planned out but not written
And more photos!!
So last last saturday (21st September, 2013) the photowalk group headed up to Dakshinkali to take photos.
Dakshinkali is a small village/town/hill which houses the (Hindu) Dakshinkali temple and a large Buddhist monastery. The area still has a lot of fields and tons of insects for macro practice. On the way there’s a also another smaller temple with a large pond with tons of fish! Continue reading
Was supposed to go hiking again to Champadevi but it was raining (in fact, it rained the whole morning) so I met up with a vegan/animal activist friend who had told me about this rally for World Animal Day 2013. Continue reading
So last Saturday the Photowalk group headed up to Fulchowki (Pulchowki??) hill for our weekly session. It had rained like crazy the previous day so the sky was clear and perfect for photography!
It was a 13 km bike ride up the hill and we met a couple of long distance runners who were running all the way up! The road was bad due to the rains and we almost fell a couple of times.
There was an army camp and a communications tower at the top as well as a small temple. We got shots of the skies and ourselves and a few flowers and insects. There were bees everywhere though and I spotted a bee or wasp or whatever that was almost as big as my thumb! Continue reading
Lost my iPhone yesterday… just upgraded to iOs 7 in the morning and was planning on writing a blogpost about it.
Sadded.. Continue reading