Copy of ‘The David’ at Piazzale Michelangelo. The original by Michelangelo is at Accademia di Belle Arti (“Academy of Fine Arts”) in Florence. Number of copies are placed around Florence but none as perfect and as imposing as the original. Unfortunately, photography was not allowed in the Accademia 😦
This photo was taken by the husband 😀 I loved it so much that I had to put it up. I did not enhance it in anyway…except sharpen it a little bit 😉
View of the Grand Canal from Rialto Bridge 🙂
The best way to see India is on a two wheeler….a Bike (not a bicycle) 😛 S and I were on our way to Araku Valley from Vizag. The trip was totally awesome. We started early in the morning…when the streets were still foggy. Stopped at a local ‘restaurant’ and had some really oily puris 😉 and a glass of wonderful ‘chai’. The most amazing part was trekking to a waterfall and relaxing on Vizag’s highest railway track (if not AP’s) 😀
One of the most memorable moment of my life…my wedding 🙂 Indian Weddings are one of the most colourful ceremonies you’ll get to witness. They vary across region, caste etc so that means people from different states have their own way of conduting the ceremony…which makes it even more interesting. I am not the one who likes to dress up much but I left no stone unturned for my wedding 😉 It was a wonderful occasion. The above picture is of my hands with mehndi. You don’t have to get married in order to decorate your hands with mehndi….you can apply it otherwise too 🙂
Psstt…Wise women say…the more red your mehndi is…the better husband you get 😀
This photograph of the famous Trevi Fountain was taken way back in 2006. I could not get a complete shot of the fountain since the place was very crowded. Rome is one of our holiday spots…full of history and beautiful architecture.