Couple of weeks ago, it was just a regular summer morning & I planned to take a little walk in New Delhi's Lodhi Gardens. Place has a little pool where Geese & ducks hang around & it always is a beautiful view in the morning. I was walking across the park to reach to the pool & I couldn't help but notice these two fully bloomed pink bougainvillea trees in the middle of the garden. It was a breathtaking site & I had to capture it. Here are some of the pictures, do enjoy :)
"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a fabulous pair of shoes." Author of this quote is unknown to me but somehow I find these lines perfect to express my thoughts behind making of this triptych last night.
It's the second week of May & Delhi streets & parks are colored with blooming Golden shower, Queen's crape-myrtle & Royal poinciana trees & it's a nature's way of telling me that no matter how much I dislike Indian summer there will be moments when I would totally adore it.
I had been capturing these wonderful flowering trees for the whole last week & then I realised I have quite a collection which I won't be able to share in one blog so I have decided to color this blog yellow :) but hey! don't forget to check out my future posts because for next couple of weeks I will keep sharing pictures of Pink Queen's crape-myrtle, Orange Royal poinciana & many more Golden shower trees. For now enjoy these yellow beauties :)
Though I have captured these images in New Delhi, this tree is very common all over the India & are signs of a virtuous summer in our beautiful country. Wishing you all a good week ahead & do come back to checkout my upcoming photo blogs on the other blossoming summer trees of New Delhi.
I was using a combination of whole spices like coriander seeds, dry red chilies, peppercorns, cinnamomum tamala (tej patta), cumin seeds, green cardamom etc. to prepare curry at home & suddenly realized that it looks quite photogenic. :)
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I am a freelance photographer specializing in people and places with a style consisting of colorful and also monochrome imagery. In this blog I share pictures & stories of my travel & everyday life.