The time has arrived when say Good Bye 2014.It was my first blogging year and it was never better before in my life. Through Keep Picturing got chance to meet so many people around the world. Without your support this could have not been possible. Thank you all for being there in an active audience of Keep Picturing. I hope 2015 bring new colors. Wishing you all a HAPPY NEW YEAR 2015.
I have been nominated for my first ever Liebster award by Dana Jose . Ahha!!! 2014 is treating me with awards. It’s my 4 the nomination in this year. And this time credit goes to Dana. An awesome Barcelona Youngie is in love with travel, food and fashion. Dhanyawaad Dana for the Nominations… And yes don’t miss out to visit her bolg… It’s right here : iamDana
With this award one more thing I would like add is that 10000+ people have clicked Keep Picturing. I would like to thank you all for your support. For me this was really a big milestone. It would have been impossible without you. Love you all for staying with Keep Picturing.
So, here comes the Rituals of Award Ceremony :
Post 11 random facts about yourself
Answer 11 questions asked by the person who nominated you
Nominate 11 bloggers to do the same
Let the bloggers know you have nominated know they have been nominated
11 Facts About Me :
- When I was shooting our pilot episode for Food Chaos I was too nervous that I couldn’t start my camera.
- I like to create miniatures and shoot short clay animation film.
- When my friends have alcohol I enjoy apple juice 😛
- Once I had to sleep on Railway platform bench because till 3.30 a.m. there was no trains available, there was no cab or taxi too.
- Once I dived out from train to get down on station.
- In school days I had girl-o-phobia 😦
- As soon as possible I want to visit Tomorrowland music festival in Belgium.
- I used to run cross country but now not anymore.
- I was too bad with maths, even today also.
- It’s really tough to say 11 facts about myself.
Dana’s 11 Questions :
1. What´s the last city you visited?
Udaipur, Rajasthan. The city of King’s palaces where I went for my first wedding shoot assignment.
2. Favourite city?
Of course that would be Amdavad, it’s my home town. On of the awesomest city in India.
3. Favourite cusine and why?
I like Italian but when it comes to choosing between two than I’ll go with Gujarati. Ummm !!! It’s super awesome. I’ve been enjoying it since my childhood. All the delicacies are sweet and tangy.
4. Going to the movies or movie on your couch?
Both I guess… When alone Movie on couch
5. Film or photography?
Tough Choice… But I’ll go with Photography
6. Best topic to blog about?
View from my lens and thoughts behind the photographs
7. Best post ever written?
I hardly write anything but this is best according to me Performance
9. Tea or coffee?
10. Sweet or Savory?
11. Favourite english word?
Never thought of having a favorite English word: Ummm… “Actually” this might be my favorite. Actually I Actually use this a lot.
The 11 Receivers :
The 11 Questions :
1. What inspires you the most ?
2. What makes you smile ?
3. What has surprised you about the blog?
4. When not blogging, what do you do for fun?
5. Favorite PRINT magazine?
6. Your next big thing?
7. Guilty pleasure?
8. What is a great memory from your past?
9. If you could spend an evening with anyone, alive or dead, who would it be?
10. What is content?
11. First love.
With millions of Amdavadis, I and Raju Vednayagam witnessed 137th Lord Jagannath Rath Yatra. On Ashadha Maas Shukla Dwitiya(second day of waxing moon cycle in the Hindu month of Ashadh) after the Pahind Vidhi (Path Cleaning on chariot of Lord Jagannath) Lord Krishna come out to visit the city with his sister Subhdraji and brother Baldevji. Rathyatra covers 18 kilometer of route around the old Amdavad with 18 elephants. The city streets overflows with devotees to meet Lord Jagannath. The procession halts at Saraspur at Mama’s Place (Mother’s Brother) for ‘Maha Bhog’ (Grand Meal). The Rath proceeds further to compete the yatra around the city.
With Raju Vednayagam At Municipal Kotha, Ahmadabad, Gujarat.
Today was the day when world’s largest democracy was going to have a new leader. So as everyone I was also curious. While walking down to my office I was constantly changing status on whatsapp from 300 to 2x HeadStart to Abki baar Modi Sarkar. I rushed into my cubicle and switched on my system. Sat on boring black chair, facing 21′ inch LCD. I googled the result’s website it was taking hell lot of time to load. So I peeped into my colleague’s desktop and he was doing the same. I jumped out from chair and saw everyone was engrossed in same thing. Today the priority was not work at all it was results. The hot discussion was about current election trend. Hey! who’s going up? What’s the score? Dude! My connection is down(sad). How many seats he got? Haha He lost? Yepp she won the race. Constantly receiving mails, texts, trolls, tweets, snaps and what not. The whole day went like this. Watching the number games on the floor. Finally i got rid of my boring black chair. Time to go home. Phone’s also dead now. Saffron is the color of the day. On my way back to home amazingly I saw my entire neighborhood on the roadside,up on the terrace, popping out from hospital windows too. When I asked a person, I got to know everyone was waiting to have a glance of their new Prime Minister. I could not resist myself to capture this wonderful evening.