The Sound of Rain

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It was rain, rain and more rain wherever I went. Coming from 45+ degrees it was a great relief and enjoyment to see the rain continuously. As usual the small pond in my garden greeted us with a beautiful lotus flower.

Aided by the problems to logon to the net as per wish and plan, it became a real holiday and opportunity to explore the country side through the eyes of my camera. Enjoy some of the pictuers, rest of them – a huge collection will come to you in due course.

As I write to you these, I hear The sound of Rain – wish it rains here too.

Shy to come out

Due to the heavy rain and weather, the sun was very shy to come out.

No vision

It was really difficult to drive around.

Family Tree


When I saw this tree at Bangalore, I really thought about the family tree – the good old days where every one joins the father and mother or the elders and live together. Now a days, we are all too busy that no time for our own things – so where is the time for thinking about the near and dear!!!

Natures Canvas

With rain around, the sun set at Bangalore also portrayed a very scenic sky.

It was as if I brought the rain along with me from Kerala to Bangalore. The evening sky at Kemp Fort area with rain round the corner was similar to a painting which we all had seen and forgotten recently.

Ant & Snake homes

Bangalore is one place where you still get to see many ant and snake architectural houses or sculptures. The religious belief amongst the residence have retained at least some of them even though for a shorter period before they are demolished for construction purpose – either a posh villa or a high rise building.

More later

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