Good Day

It was a Good Day when I landed on my feet correctly without breaking my ankle (again) after a very fun filled Sky dive 🙂

When you want a picture of a favorite place to come exactly the way you want it ? That is indeed a good day.


And when you keep your alarm so early to catch that glimpse of Sunrise and it turns out to be so awesome that all you do is sit back , put your feet up and enjoy it… That was indeed a very good day!

World Photo Day!

August 19th is considered World Photo Day! (And we are already on 19th in this part of the world) According to the site, here is what World Photo Day might mean to individuals.

World Photo Day for Individuals

Celebrating World Photo Day doesn’t have to be a big affair. Each year, many photographers choose to take time out to reflect on what they love about photography. Some choose to stay in and learn new post techniques whist others adventure out to capture that elusive photograph. You can even celebrate photography on your morning walk as you ponder what the world would look like without photography.

So instead of trying to come up with my own explanation, which I am not very good at, I thought I would rather use an existing quote. Happy World Photo Day to all 🙂 and Happy Clicking!


“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place…I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.”
― Elliott Erwitt

Pigeon Point Lighthouse

Pigeon Point Lighthouse is one place that got planned every single time I was in US but never got around to visit until this time and when I was there on a weekday afternoon on my own, I got around to catch a couple of whales. Yay!!! It was a total surprise. After that, I went again with my friends but we weren’t that lucky but caught some seals lazing around. Loved the place. I have a special love for the light houses. More of them coming up.

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On the way

Taken on the way during my drive back from Fort Bragg to Redwood Shores, California, through Highway 1