love the pictures.. you have a natural talent both for photography as well as cooking. May your blog be hit by a thousand clicks everyday 🙂
I accidentally hopped in here …. n thank goodness I did !! You are not only a gr8 cook but an excellent photographer. Your clicks speak volumes …
It’s luv at first sight with Indian Simmer 🙂 Happy to follow u.
Cheers n Happy Cooking,Satrupa
Magnificent! I am really in awe of your photography skill!
What an awesome shot! You captured the atmosphere very well.
So beautiful!And your little monster in the post below: too cute!
Such a stunning photo. No word needed!!
Lovely Click! Serene & beautiful!And so sorry I m late to wish …but belated wishes to your daughter on her birthday! She’s cute!🙂Tanvi
wow…. like… WOW! I’m wordless now…
Thanks y’all!This lake is very close to our place and we go for walks there. This guy was so deep in thoughts while fishing that it was worth stopping and taking a picture and needless to stay that the sky was perfect.
Perfect picture. Peace and quiet. Heaven!
Love the picture. specially the sky! feels like has language of its own:) Do you use photoshop Prerna?
beautiful click….would love to sit there for hours 🙂
beautiful shot! love the play of light and shadow.
Very lovely!Okay… so this is a little out of left field and unrelated to this post, but a while back you came and visited my blog. I mentioned that I was going to have to get over my intimidation of Indian spices. Well, after reading a few things on your blog I worked up the courage to try my hand at some roasted cauliflower with a Sambar spice blend and it was soooo delicious.Thanks for the inspiration!
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