Ente Gramam

March 6, 2009

originally uploaded by colorseek.

Taken long back. I remember that I was playing with my DSLR (new then) and stumbled on to Black and White mode.

A typical “Agraharam” in Palakkad, hasn’t changed much over years. We used to play cricket on the roads, since traffic was almost non existent. The road leads to a beautiful temple and a river (Ambala kadavu).

9 Responses to “Ente Gramam”

  1. Ghost Rider Says:

    Finally someone starts posting again! Awesome pic btw 🙂

  2. bookseeker Says:

    @Grider Thanks man. Sort of on a recoil for the last couple of days 🙂 I have some unsaved images on my camera, will post some of them soon.

  3. Ghost Rider Says:

    Well I thought you would be more diligent from now on 🙂

  4. Ghost Rider Says:

    Time to get this back up and running, now that you are a student again! 🙂

  5. gopal Says:

    The photo taken ( may be some 10 years back ) looks wonderful.. A nostalgia..
    May I know who has taken it?

  6. bookseeker Says:

    I took it. (Usually the photos posted are mine.) I will attribute otherwise. It was taken only 3 years ago.

  7. Gopal Says:

    We might not have met, I hail from down street right beside your house..your writings are superb and very interesting..
    Mail me when u get time..

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