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From our garden....

Decided to take the camera out as at last to try and get rid of the ennui...explored the roses in our garden and gave a shot....

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lotto said…
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Viajero said…
Liked the water studded rose :)

PS:Do chk out the pics of Nishagandhi in my blog Quest
shobna said…
Your garden is cool soothing to eyes.
Kumiththa said…
Very beautiful roses. Especially the third picture is so natural!
Aneesh said…
Nice pics, you really r good in photography
Sarves said…
hi!
Really superb! especially the very top shot... great photography :-)
Keep up...
Saranya said…
Viajero: Thanks for visiting and leaving ur comment :)
Those pics on Nishagandhi were just amazing!
Saranya said…
Shobna: Thanks shobna...
Saranya said…
Kumiththa: Thank you kumi! :)
Saranya said…
Aneesh: Thanks for the comment and compliment :)
Saranya said…
Sarves: Thank you! that was very encouraging :)
Anonymous said…
they are the damn prttiest!
u should get a parttime job as a photographer...people should pay to see this delightful glory!
sudi
-x-
shobna said…
Hey happy that you agree with me. But I would like to tell you here that many influential people commit this crime.
Saranya said…
Sudi: thanks for that but I don't think Im good enough to be a prof *photographer*. ;)
Anonymous said…
You are a multitalented fellow. Keep up your great work!
All the very best!!!
Nithin Jayan said…
the first shot is really cool!!!
Saranya said…
Anonymous: Thanks for ur wishes and comment. It is very uplifting :)
Saranya said…
Nithin: thanks!
bahar said…
Nice pictures you ahve there!

Looks like your liking your camera at the moment ;)
Saranya said…
Thanks Bahar :)
Anonymous said…
i love the pict man oh my god their simply superb. i am crazy about roses.

mathy
Vani said…
Oh...really nice roses Sanu
I luvvv them. It seems that u r doing a good job with ur garden.
Saranya said…
Mathy: Thanks :)
Saranya said…
Vani: thanks. All credits go to my family..cos I hardly do any "gardening" at home. lolz.
Thanks for ur comment :)
TM said…
I chanced upon your blog through the "Next Blog" option int he tool bar. Pardon me if you dislike stranger leaving comment. The first shot is taken at a really nice perspective. The capture comprised mostly of primary colors and makes the subject stands out.
Saranya said…
TM: Welcome to my blog :) and Thanks a lot for taking ur time to leave some words! :)

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